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Piece of the Sky () is a 1959 Italian comedy film directed by Aglauco Casadio.
Rosenbergia darwini is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Casadio in 2008.
Argelato is an Italian "comune" in the Metropolitan City of Bologna. It comprises the hamlets of Argelato, Casadio, , Funo, Malacappa, Volta Reno, San Donnino and San Giacomo, that are administratively divided into the main town (comprising also the hamlet of ) and the hamlets Casadio (comprising the village of Malacappa) and Funo (comprising the village of ).
Giuseppe Vitali was the eldest of five children. His father, Domenico Vitali, worked for a railway company in Ravenna while his mother, Zenobia Casadio, was able to stay at home and look after her children.
She directed the Northwestern Materials Research Center from 2006–2013, which she grew in research, funding level and education, and expanded it to impact society beyond science and engineering by facilitating development of visionary outreach programs in the arts such as The Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts (NU-ACCESS), which was established by Francesca Casadio and Katherine T. Faber. Olvera de la Cruz currently serves as the Co-Director of NU-ACCESS alongside Francesca Casadio. She is also the Director of the Center for Computation and Theory of Soft Materials (CCTSM), and Co-Director of the Center for Bio-Inspired Energy Science (CBES) at Northwestern University.
He was script-writer and director's assistant on "La Fille sans homme" (1953), "Jour d'amour" (1955), "Homme et luops" (1956), "La strada lungo un anno" (1958) and "La Garconniere" (1960). During the period, Petri also wrote scripts for Giuliano Puccini, Aglauco Casadio and Carlo Lizzani.
The province of Ravenna () is a province in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Its capital is the city of Ravenna. As of 2015, it has a population of 391,997 inhabitants over an area of , giving it a population density of 210.81 inhabitants per square kilometre. Its provincial president is Claudio Casadio.
The tradition dates back to other male volleyball club from Ravenna, where the G.S. Robur, won five league titles at the turn of the forties and fifties, and Casadio, who was born on the initiative of the Fire Department, and he served in A1 and A2 from the sixties then. In 1987 Giuseppe Brusi and a consortium of local businessmen took over the Casadio and the right to participate in the Series A2 and changed its name to Porto Ravenna Volley. In the nineties, with the sponsorship of the Ferruzzi Group, the team took the name ""il Messaggero"" Volley, and won a league title, an Italian Cup (1991), three consecutive European Champion Cups (1992, 1993 and 1994), two European Super Cups and the Club World Championship.
Majoli joined the f45 studio in Ravenna at age 15 where he worked with Daniele Casadio, and then studied at the Art Institute in Ravenna, graduating in 1991. While there he joined the Grazia Neri Agency for which he traveled to Yugoslavia, Kosovo, and Albania to document the conflict. In 1999 he went to Greece and documented the closing of an insane asylum on Leros and the reintroduction of the inmates to society. In 1995 he went to South America to work on his project "Requiem in Samba", and where he also worked on "Hotel Marinum" about port cities all over the world. In the late 1990s he also began making documentary films.
Gruppo Sportivo Robur was born in 1905 in Ravenna; It was established in 1946, started by Angelo Costa - who was among the other coach of the Italian national team between 1947 and 1949 - the section of men's volleyball, which took part, in 1946, the first Italian championship, graduating Campione d ' Italy. The club with blue and white colors, sewed the Scudetto on their jerseys for the next three years (1947, 1948 and 1949) and in 1952. In 1954 Robur renounced his participation in the national championship. In the following decades he devoted himself the youth activities, working closely with the team of the Fire Department, the Casadio; in 1964 he won the Junior Under 20 championship's return to Serie A of the first team in the 1964-65 and 1965-66 seasons, was stingy of successes. In the same period the basketball team he served for several years in the Serie B.
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On , Rainer Plaga, a German astrophysicist, posted a research paper on the arXiv Web archive concluding that LHC safety studies have not definitely ruled out the potential catastrophic threat from microscopic black holes, including the possible danger from Hawking radiation emitted by black holes. In a follow-up paper posted on the arXiv on , Steven Giddings and Michelangelo Mangano, the authors of the research paper "Astrophysical implications of hypothetical stable TeV-scale black holes", responded to Plaga's concerns. They pointed out what they see as a basic inconsistency in Plaga's calculation, and argued that their own conclusions on the safety of the collider, as referred to in the LHC safety assessment (LSAG) report, remain robust. Giddings and Mangano also referred to the research paper "Exclusion of black hole disaster scenarios at the LHC", which relies on a number of new arguments to conclude that there is no risk due to mini black holes at the LHC. On 19 January 2009 Roberto Casadio, Sergio Fabi and Benjamin Harms posted on the arXiv a paper, later published on "Physical Review D", ruling out the catastrophic growth of black holes in the scenario considered by Plaga. In reaction to the criticisms, Plaga updated his paper on the arXiv on 26 September 2008 and again on 9 August 2009. So far, Plaga's paper has not been published in a peer-reviewed journal.