Synonyms for dolcetti or Related words with dolcetti

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Examples of "dolcetti"
Aldo Dolcetti (born October 23, 1966 in Salò, Brescia Province, Italy) is an Italian footballer manager and former player.
Vittoria Dolcetti Corazza, Crossing Paths in the Middle Ages: The Physiologus in Iceland, Università degli Studi di Torino
Tom Bishop, Reni Dolcetti, Varouj Gurunlian, Howard Kelsey, Perry Mirkovich, Ross Quackenbush, Romel Raffin, Leo Rautins, Martin Riley, Doc Ryan, Jay Triano, Jim Zoet. (Coach: Jack Donohue)
After his retired from playing football, Dolcetti was appointed head coach of Budapest Honvéd FC, Lecco, BFC Siófok, SPAL and Milan Primavera.
In 2006, the Budapest Honvéd FC coach Aldo Dolcetti was replaced by Attila Supka. Upon his appointment Supka made cuts to the team and Takács moved to Debreceni VSC on a free transfer.
The palace was erected in the 13th century by the Signoli family. Subsequent owners include the Donà family and the Dolcetti. In the 19th century, the name "della Madoneta" was added, when a bas-relief of the Madonna and Angels was added to the façade. The palace has undergone refurbishments over the centuries.
Dolcetti began as a youngster at Juventus but spent a season at Novara before signing for Pisa in 1987. He was a central player for Pisa in two spells in Serie A, before brief spells with Messina and Lucchese. He joined Cesena in 1993 and was, along with Dario Hubner and Emiliano Salvetti, part of a side which came close to promotion to Serie A in 1994. After Cesena's relegation in 1997, he had brief spells at Savoia and Ascoli.
At the whip of Dolcetti, Ghini, Benelli, Gatta, Ferrucci, recent prototypes have won the Cup Water Cerelia, Camucia-Cortona, the Colle S. Bartolo (PU), the Gubbio-Madonna della Cima, the Cup of Chianti (half kilo of underweight) and seized countless placements: Trieste-Opicina, Bologna-Raticosa, Ascoli-hill St. Marco, Castione Passo della Presolana, circuit of Mugello, Targa Florio, Magione and many other races (predominantly hillclimbs) throughout the country.
Promotion followed in 1985, and the team seemed capable of staying up until losing their last three games. The cycle was repeated in 1987, only for a side containing players like Dunga and Paul Elliott to stay up. The last promotion to Serie A was achieved in 1990, and with the talents of players like Maurizio Neri, Michele Padovano and Lamberto Piovanelli up front and Diego Simeone and Aldo Dolcetti in midfield, the side started well and was briefly atop the standings, only to suffer another relegation.
After relegation in 1991, Cesena had another chance to return to Serie A in 1994. With players such as Alessandro Teodorani, Emiliano Salvetti, Luigi Piangerelli, Aldo Dolcetti, and Dario Hübner, this was a team of considerable ability. They finished level on points with Padova, however, and lost a promotion play-off which would be a bitter blow for the club, who would suffer relegation to Serie C1 in 1997. Whilst promotion followed, a relegation play-off against Pistoiese in 2000 would see them condemned to a four-year stay in the third division.
He was consequently noted by a number of professional clubs, and was acquired by Lega Pro Prima Divisione outfit SPAL during the 2008 summer transfer window. With SPAL, he immediately managed to achieve some space under the guidance of head coach Aldo Dolcetti, and provided a 13-goal tally in his first professional season. He then achieved national coverage after he managed to score two goals to Serie A side Palermo in the third round of the Coppa Italia 2009–10; the match ended with a 4–2 win for the Sicilians, but Arma was subsequently noted by Serie B giants Torino and was acquired by the "granata" in co-ownership deal only days after his impressive performance in the Coppa Italia, which also proved to be his final game with SPAL.
He conceived an insurrection, some think around 1453, but this is unlikely since it is the year of the fall of Constantinople, May 29, and the time remaining to form a revolution was too short. Lamansky, Russian historian who had access to the archives of Venice notes the year 1458. Three years after the event. The Professor Dolcetti who was also access to the archives of Venice highlights a document dated November 13, 1454, by which the government of Venice imposes restrictions on the Orthodox clergy of Crete because of the insurgency Syphis Vlasto. This strong long document against the clergy, mentions in its end the repression of the uprising had taken place before the end of 1454 and was quickly brought under control.
The sanvitese cucina is characterized by local traditional agricultural products. Local cuisine includes stuffed aubergines (maranciani chini), and traditional specialities made with the beans with and vegetables (favi e fogghi). Other cuisine includes summer dishes "frise" with the cherry tomatoes, olive oil and oregano and also there is "gnummarieddi" or "turcinieddi", tasty meat kebabs. Sweets include the mustazzueli, chocolate dolcetti, sweet Carteddàte] Christmas cakes in the shape of thin pastry rosettes fried in hot oil, the cupeta cake with almonds, and very soft pettole balls of dough fried in hot oil. The municipality is a member of the olive oil coalition Collina di Brindisi and the wine coalition called Appia wines, which also includes the municipalities of Brindisi, Ostuni, Latiano and Mesagne.