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1 Historical records say that it reached Italy via sailors coming from the Caspian Sea, but how it got to the Caspian we do not know.
2 Although Italy had problems, including a revival of the Mafia and a merry-go-round of weak governments, 50 years of rapid growth have made it a rich country.
3 The tourists who flood into Rome's forum, Florence's Uffizi gallery or st Mark's Square in Venice might be surprised to learn that Italy is one of the youngest countries in Europe.
4 of Austrian empire seeped into Venice and the northeast of Italy.
5 danger here is that Italy descends into the kind of vicious circle that other European nations have faced.
6 Venice, Italy is a magical place. It is one of the few cities in the world where the sound of cars are never heard.
7 Berlusconi (no. 14), for instance, got a big boost for not only being the prime minister of Italy, but because he is also a billionaire media mogul who owns soccer team, AC Milan.
8 likely to have a bigger deficit in 2010, as a percentage of GDP, than even the likes of Italy.
9 Private television is still dominated by Mr Berlusconi. He is still Italy's richest man, still beset by conflicts of interest, still unfit, even if he were a great reformer, to rule Italy.
10 Europe dominated new solar power installations last year, at about 13 gigawatts (GW), Masson estimated, with Germany and Italy accounting for nearly 7 GW and about 3 GW respectively.
11 This includes our closest Allies - nations like the United Kingdom, France, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Spain, Greece, and Turkey - all of whom have fought by our sides for decades.
12 But, as my wife reminds me, we are among the greatest collection of medieval buildings in Italy. We should appreciate what we have.
13 He pointed out the window to the highway and said that it had taken decades for Italy to build it, because of local opposition.
14 A famousscientist and his family just emigrated from Italy to this empire. but two days ago, the scientist's son encountered several kidnappers when he was reading an encyclopedia.
15 The result of their skills has been that Italy has been overrun by Charles, plundered by Louis, violated by Ferdinand, and insulted by the Swiss.
16 All we know is that in 610 A.D. a monk in northern Italy first twisted the pretzel into its unusual shape.
17 The Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Italy is littered with volcanoes.
18 But a lesson from Italy and Spain is that bond markets worry as much about economies' ability to grow as the size of their deficit.
19 The contorted tale of ti, which culminated in the resignation of its chairman, Marco Tronchetti Provera, in September, holds two lessons about doing business in Italy.
20 The Euro also has its problems and is suffering from the problems of its weakest members - Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Ireland.
21 He wants Italy to stop bombing Libya to stem the flow of refugees across the Mediterranean.
22 incidence of chronic liver disease and cirrhosis, falling in Spain, France and Italy, is rising in Britain.
23 They write about a city in Italy that, a few years ago, barred pet owners from keeping goldfish in curved bowls.
24 Italy and Spain have seen sharp rises in unit Labour costs and their labour-productivity growth has stalled or gone into reverse.
25 One would think that austerity would be a good thing for a nation with a crushing debt load that's 120% of its GDP like it is in Italy.
26 Spain and Italy would not be the only places to fret about the precedent of rich regions pulling away from poorer ones.
27 Wilkinson said Olive Garden was better than any restaurant in Italy, but her free publicity was not exactly welcomed.
28 Italy alone has had disputes with not only the Getty Museum, but also the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
29 Not to be outdone, those in Italy eat sausage with lentils just after the stroke of midnight.
30 Banks from Austria, Italy and Sweden, which have invested and lent heavily in eastern Europe, would see catastrophic losses if the value of their assets shrivelled.