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  • The number for Badnarik-Campagna is 2, the number for Bush-Cheney is 4, that is right.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Daughter of “Madam Butterfly”:

  • Via San Michele in Campagna Loc Chiusa Ferranda Local 39 43036

    recamper

  • On the river Tiber, about fifteen miles from its mouth in the plain of what is now called the Campagna, stands the famous capital of the

    Conversion of a High Priest into a Christian Worker

  • We had turned off the Appian Way and were crossing a corner of that unutterably hideous stretch of tortured and distorted waste known as the Campagna, which goes tumbling away to the blue Alban Mountains, when we came on the scene of an accident.

    Europe Revised

  • The Campagna is a vast hall, amid the funereal shadows and unbroken stillness of which repose in mournful state the ASHES OF ROME.

    Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber Or The Influence of Romanism on Trade, Justice, and Knowledge

  • The next day, Monroe responded with an e-mail, calling Campagna's request "highly inappropriate" and saying he'd prepare for the exam the same way everyone else does.

    News for Richmond Times-Dispatch

  • The view across the Campagna di Roma from the upper of these is a sight to behold; even the dome of St. Peter's is visible on a clear day.

    Art at the Scale of Landscape

  • Mr. Campagna and his colleagues argue that at some time in the past few hundred thousand years, during a part of the ice age when much of South America was covered with grasslands, an ancestral species of capuchino expanded rapidly across the continent.

    New Flavors of Flying Capuchinos

  • The explanation for this paradox, put forward by Leonardo Campagna of the Argentine Museum of Natural Sciences, is that they are incipient species, separated by the mating preferences of females but not yet by genetics.

    New Flavors of Flying Capuchinos

  • This artist-run initiative is collaborating with a trio of young activists, writer Federico Campagna and artists Charlie Woolley and Huw Lemmey, to create events in the spirit of Autonomia, a leftwing movement of Italian intellectuals in the 1970s.

    This week's new exhibitions

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