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  • proper n. A town and associated province on the coast of Liguria

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  • Thank you very much to the Travelling Food Lady who sent the wonderful salt, which was made at Frantoio di Sant’Agata D’Oneglia in Imperia, Liguria, Italy.

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  • But her want of decency and sense takes the more commonplace line of becoming an actual courtesan of the "Imperia" kind in Italy.

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  • Louis XI. had given the Abbey of Turpenay (mentioned in 'Imperia') to

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  • But as you look toward the end of the news release, there's an ad for local restaurant "Imperia" inviting us to come try their new complete city compliance menu of all fried foods.

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  • And unless you invest in a ravioli attachment, the Imperia can make only solid sheets of linguine and fettuccine.

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  • In this spirit it is now also among the areas where the implementation of Summorum Pontificum is making its greatest advances, as we have seen, e.g., in the diocese of Albenga-Imperia.

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  • A video of the First Mass of Don Francesco Ramella, a new priest of the diocese of Albenga-Imperia, Italy, which was celebrated in the Extraordinary Form and has been mentioned here and here, has become available:

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  • New Liturgical Movement: Solemn Mass on the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary of an Italian Diocesan Priest, Imperia, Italy skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Solemn Mass on the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary of an Italian Diocesan Priest, Imperia, Italy

  • The Serbian bartender recommended Imperia vodka instead of Beluga, and the Turkish widow and I drank Imperia on stools and smoked cigarettes.

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  • The volume is published by Casa Mariana Editrice, a publishing house connected to the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, and it boasts a forward by Bishop Mario Oliveri of the Albenga and Imperia diocese and an introduction by Archbishop Malcolm Ranjith, the former secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship, who is now the Archbishop of Colombo and Metropolitan of the Church in Sri Lanka.

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