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  AllRefer.com - Venetia, Italy (Italian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Venetia's main rivers are the Po (which forms the boundary with Emilia-Romagna in the south), the Mincio (which forms part of the boundary with Lombardy in the west), the Adige, and the Piave.
Venetia was devastated by Attila, king of the Huns, in the mid-5th cent.
By the Treaty of Campo Formio (1797), Venetia passed to Austria, and by the Treaty of Pressburg (1805) it was made part of the Napoleonic kingdom of Italy.
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 Venetia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Venetia is a name used mostly in a historical context for the area of north-eastern Italy formerly under the control of the Republic of Venice and corresponding approximately to the present-day Italian administrative regions of the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
Venetia is also a name used for a place in the State of Pennsylvania in the United States of America: see Venetia, Pennsylvania.
Venetia is also the title of a novel written by Benjamin Disraeli in 1837.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Venetia   (168 words)

 Venetia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Venetia is also quite lovely, but her character is so good and strong, that were she only half as beautiful, she would still outshine her peers.
Venetia Lanyon is twenty-five years old, orphaned, and responsible for her frail younger brother Aubrey, who is crippled by a disease of the hip-joint.
Comment: Venetia, the character, is beautiful, strong, smart, capable, honest enough to appreciate her mother's weakness-and adroit enough to use it to her advantage-she isn't 19 years old, but she is properly innocent-to quote the Bible-cautious as serpents but innocent as doves-this type of woman is what we all would like to be.
www.findtutorials.com /shop/0061002593/Venetia.html   (1005 words)

Venetia, two and one-half to three points abaft the beam of the stricken merchantman and 1,300 yards away, simultaneously sounded general quarters and rang down emergency full speed ahead.
Venetia neared Kodama again shortly under an hour later, and ascertained the count of survivors to be 33, with one man missing.
The ships arrived at Funchal, Madeira, on the 9th, and Venetia departed on the llth, the day that the armistice was signed at Compiegne, France, ending World War I. The armed yacht made arrival at Ponta Delgada, in the Azores, on the 13th, en route to Gibraltar, which she reached on the 19th.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/v2/venetia.htm   (1811 words)

 The Virgin and the Vagabond
Not that the new Lady Lanyon threatened to disrupt the household for she was a shy, unimpressive dab of a girl.
Venetia arrives home to find her beloved much castaway, drowning his sorrows in brandy - therefore casting aside any doubt she might have had about his true feelings.
It seems that Venetia's mother, Lady Steeple, was a scandalous beauty who had divorced her father to marry another gentleman thereby shocking the Polite World.
www.geocities.com /Athens/8889/Venetia.html   (621 words)

 The avenging angel: Dhampyr!
Venetia went straight to the place where she had found Lucy and Azrael dared not ask her how she had found that it was Sergeï's lair; he probably knew how she had proceeded to discover Damian's.
Venetia remained open-mouthed: the living flame was the most difficult transformation, used only by the great magical warriors during their duels, the duel ending with the extinction of one of the fighting flames.
Venetia's pleas were hard to fight and he couldn't stand to hear her voice half-broken by the pain caused both by the deaths she had suffered and by his rejection.
www.angelfire.com /realm2/azzy/Dhampyr12.html   (4821 words)

 VENETIA - VENETIAN HOMES - Homes Builders, Venice Florida
Venetia is situated on 322 acres west of Tamiami Trail south of Jacaranda Boulevard in Venice, Venetia’s central location is just part of its appeal.
Venetia broke ground in January 1998, opened its first model in October 1998 and is proving to be the community of choice for new home buyers in Venice.
Venetia is a community that offers buyers an outstanding value that will only increase with time as the county grows.
www.venetianhomes.com /community_venetia.html   (424 words)

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In 1805 the historical regions of Lombardy and Venetia became part of the Kingdom of Italy.
Venetia (= the old Republic of Venice and its Italian dependencies, the Terraferma) became a Habsburg possession for the first time in 1797.
In 1848 - 1849 Venetia briefly revolted against Habsburg rule and in 1866 it became part of the new Kingdom of Italy.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/Rotunda/2209/Lombardo.html   (1528 words)

 Venetia Burney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Venetia Burney (born 1919) or Venetia Phair (married name) was the first person to suggest the name Pluto for the planet discovered by Clyde W. Tombaugh in 1930.
She lived in Oxford, England, and was 11 years old at the time.
Venetia grew up to be a teacher and married a man named Maxwell Phair.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Venetia_Burney   (191 words)

 Venetia's City Boutique to close; owners cite health   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Venetia's is the latest addition to a growing list of fashion retail fatalities in the past four years.
Midway through 2001, Venetia fell ill and was misdiagnosed three times before learning that she was suffering from severe adrenal fatigue.
Doctors have told Venetia that she can expect to fully recover by May. She's spending more time resting at the family farmstead in South Fayette, where they live in a custom-designed house with a breathtaking panoramic view that allows them to watch a dozen fireworks shows at once on Independence Day.
www.post-gazette.com /pg/04308/405540.stm   (1486 words)

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Venetia subsequently spent five days at sea, searching for a French subchaser (SC--319) which had been separated from the convoy.
Venetia, at general quarters, headed for UB--52 at full speed, keeping the submarine bearing one point to starboard, at intervals, as the submarine continued standing off to westward.
During her last month in European waters, Venetia made a round-trip voyage to Portugal before sailing for the United States on 21 December, towing SC--223, as part of a homeward-bound subchaser detachment built around the tender Hannibal.
www.hazegray.org /danfs/patrol/venetia.htm   (1728 words)

 761 Aubert Avenue: Venetia and Niko
He asked thea Venetia if she would rent him a room in the flat they were renting on Wells Avenue, because there was a small, vacant room at the front of the house she was not using.
Thea Venetia liked Elia, and on one occasion she said to him, "Let me adopt you as my son!" Of course, theo Niko was still alive then, and that would have been impossible to do.
I called thea Venetia and she told me their home had been damaged by the tornado, windows had been blown out, the wind and rain had damaged the interior, and they wouldn't be able to spend the night there.
www.vlanton.com /761_aubert/venetia.htm   (3348 words)

 Mining Technology - De Beers Diamond Mine - Venetia - South Africa
Venetia has been operated by De Beers with The Saturn Partnership, in which Avmin (formerly Anglovaal) had an 87.5% holding, having a 50% profits interest.
Venetia was the first diamond mine to achieve ISO 9002 quality management certification.
Venetia is the first diamond mine to achieve certification of the internationally recognised quality management system, ISO 9002.
www.mining-technology.com /projects/de_beers   (793 words)

 Venetia on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Venetia derives its name from the Veneti, a people who settled the region c.1000 BC and who came under Roman rule in the 2d cent.
in the east was detached from Venetia and was combined with that part of Venezia Giulia not ceded by Italy to Yugoslavia to form the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
Vaiont Dam, 858 ft (262 m) high, on the Vaiont River, one of the highest in the world, was completed in 1961 and used to genera (PAR135849)
www.encyclopedia.com /html/V/Venetia.asp   (710 words)

 Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Congress of Vienna combined the territories of Lombardy (ruled by Austria in 1713-96) and Venetia (under Austrian rule since 1797) under the Austrian Habsburg dynasty.
The Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia was was held by Francis, who ruled from 1815 to 1835.
Francis Joseph ruled over the Kingdom until the annexation of Venetia to the Kingdom of Italy, in 1866 (Lombardy had already been annexed in 1859, after the Second Italian Independence War).
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lombardy-Venetia   (222 words)

 Amazon.com: Books: Venetia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Venetia is a delightful heroine, mature and intelligent while at the same time extremely naive about men and the ways of the world - so much so that she has absolutely no notion just how much danger her new next-door neighbour, the wicked Lord Damerel, could be to her.
So here we have Damerel admitting to his shortcomings, Venetia on the verge of being "cabined, cribbed and confined" to Edward, a young man with a disability that won't magically be cured and a host of friends and relatives whose moral outlook isn't crammed into the garments of 21st century behaviour.
Venetia, the character, is beautiful, strong, smart, capable, honest enough to appreciate her mother's weakness-and adroit enough to use it to her advantage-she isn't 19 years old, but she is properly innocent-to quote the Bible-cautious as serpents but innocent as doves-this type of woman is what we all would like to be.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0061002593?v=glance   (1679 words)

 The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: Venetia@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Byline: JENNY FRIEL GLENROE'S Venetia is in for a lonely Easter weekend as she...
Venetia Williams maintained her impressive strike-rate for the...
Outside the Navy yard.Keywords:western europe europe italy venetia venice italy continent italian geographical european northern italy north italy venezia italia italy.
www.highbeam.com /ref/doc0.asp?docid=1E1:Venetia   (799 words)

 Indiantelevision.com > Media, Advertising & Marketing Watch > 'The Godfather' resurfaces in Grasim Venetia's ...
This nationwide campaign for Venetia is dark, evil and wicked, which is a far cry from the brand actually stands for.
Venetia, a fine polysynthetic fabric that has been brought to India from Italy, comes in powerful designs like razor sharp pinstripes, bold windowpanes and grim solids in dark, moody colours such as classic fl, brown, grey and blue.
And Venetia offers a range of designs, which are in vogue all over Europe.
indiantelevision.com /mam/headlines/y2k4/nov/novmam47.htm   (369 words)

 Venetia-Maria Stelliou, Soprano   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Born in Montreal, Venetia began singing at the age of fourteen and in 2001 was awarded a Bachelor's degree from McGill University with High Distinction.
She has studied with such teachers as Odette Beaupre, Dr. Robert and Lucille Evans, and is currently pursuing a Master's degree on a full presidential scholarship at Boston University under the direction of Dr. Sarah Arneson.
Venetia has participated and won several competitions starting from the age of fifteen when she brought home three top prizes at the Concours Place a la Releve des Arts de la Scene.
www.3commedia.com /venetiamaria/bio.html   (175 words)

 Venetia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Venetia is a charming and cosy motor sailer accommodating up to ten guests in five double cabins.
On deck there is ample space for sunbathing and relaxing and the aft deck provides a perfect setting for eating in the open air.
Venetia is run by a family crew; the delicious cuisine and a very knowledgeable captain add up to a holiday experience you will never forget.
www.poseidoncharters.com /Greece/crewed/MS-Venetia.html   (117 words)

 BookkooB: Venetia - Georgette Heyer
Venetia is what I call a true romance.(Explanation will follow...) The opening sentence sort of defines it as a humorous tale about how the fox is set amongst the chicken..
And also by juxtapositioning Venetia with her mother, Heyer has her say about what is personal and sensual freedom and what can contribute to the perversion of it.
Venetia is one of her most likeable heroines: she is mature, beautiful in face and manner, lovingly protective towards her dog Flurry and brother Aubrey..
www.bookkoob.co.uk /book/0099416921.htm   (903 words)

 The Venetia Wild Dog Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Venetia Wild Dog Project aims to establish a satelite population of wild dogs on Venetia-Limpopo Nature Reserve in the Northern Province.
The project will not only help to increase the number of free-ranging wild dogs in South Africa, but will also provide the basis of a three-year monitoring programme in which hunting records, movement patterns, and other ecological factors will be examined in order to better understand the dynamics of the released pack.
The Venetia wild dog pack started out as 10 wild dogs that were moved to a boma on the reserve in mid-2000.
www.limpopo.co.za /hosted/wilddog/info.htm   (1787 words)

 MYSTERY!: Dalgliesh: A Certain Justice, Full Description
Venetia is, as usual, brilliant in her defense and Ashe is exonerated.
Also joining the lengthy list are Venetia's lover Mark Rawlstone (Miles Anderson; House of Cards, Into the Blue), an oily Member of Parliament who wanted to end their mutually unfulfilling affair; and Edmund Froggett (Philip Stone), a retired schoolteacher and Venetia's early mentor, who kept an obsessive scrapbook about her career.
As Dalgliesh and Miskin probe Venetia's past, a complex web of interconnections begins to emerge, with several strands that appear to be rooted in a terrible secret about her father -- with a startling link to one of her colleagues in chambers.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/mystery/programs/dalgliesh/full.html   (534 words)

Lido di Venezia - Lido di Venezia, long, narrow, sandy island in Venetia, Italy, separating the lagoon of Venice...
Custoza - Custoza or Custozza, village, Venetia, N Italy, near Verona.
Burano - Burano, former town, now part of Venice, in Venetia, NE Italy, built on four islets in the Lagoon...
www.factmonster.com /ce6/world/A0850636.html   (446 words)

 Venetia Stifler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Venetia Stifler draws upon a rich background in dance, theater and music.
In 1980, she formed Venetia Stifler & Concert Dance, Inc., (CDI) a contemporary dance company which has received consistent and positive review in the press, both nationally and internationally.
She has served on the dance advisory panels for the Illinois Arts Council and the Chicago Council on Fine Arts organizations, and is a charter member and past president of the board of directors of the Chicago Dance Coalition (now the Chicago Dance and Music Alliance).
www.neiu.edu /~music/Stifler.html   (356 words)

 QuintEssential : In Venetia
The opportunity to record music which is both challenging, good to listen to and fun to play requires a certain degree of balance and judging by the reception in Classic FM music magazine, we have come some way towards achieving this on In Venetia.
The instrumental forces employed reflect a personal preference and a desire to collaborate again with the extra performers that we have grown used to over recent years and who have actively supported the group in the past.
It is also worth noting that the sleeve note by Keith McGowan circumvents the usual specific reference to the music and illustrates a fascinating overview of the life of the well to do Venetian nobleman.
www.iquint.co.uk /venetia.html   (378 words)

 Venetia, Lady Digby (1600-1633), Beauty; wife of Sir Kenelm Digby
Noted for her beauty and intelligence, Venetia Stanley was the wife of the diplomat and author, Sir Kenelm Digby.
She was the subject of much scandal, and was said to have been the mistress of Edward Sackville, 4th Earl of Dorset while betrothed to Digby, who was abroad at the time.
The tale of the Digby's romance and the restoration of Venetia's virtue are detailed in her husband's memoirs, Loose Fantasies.
www.npg.org.uk /live/search/person.asp?LinkID=mp05247   (165 words)

 Venetia from Simpson has Homeowners Saying Bravissimo
Today, Simpson Door Company's Venetia design follows in the same tradition, using glass as a medium for expression.
The Venetia is designed to work well with a variety of architectural styles.
The Venetia may be ordered in either Douglas fir or Western hemlock.
www.simpsondoor.com /about_us/press_room/press_releases/venetia.asp   (239 words)

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