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Combined CIP and CIM was first described by Nicola
in a series of 24 patients.
(born June 24, 1984) is a Uruguayan born football player who currently plays with Huracán Buceo in the Segunda División Uruguay. He previously played for C.A Peñarol in the Uruguayan First Division. He is a midfielder and is currently trialling with Australian A-League club Sydney FC. Despite scoring for Sydney on a pre-season friendly against Penrith Nepean United,
failed to sign with the Habourside club.
is a town and "comune" in the province of Potenza, in the Southern Italian region of Basilicata. Due to its high elevation of it is much cooler, even in summer, than the larger cities along the coasts.
Located in southern Basilicata and included in the Appennino Lucano - Val d'Agri - Lagonegrese National Park, Lauria is a hill town divided into a pair of wards: the upper one named Castello and the lower one named Borgo. The municipality borders with Castelluccio Superiore, Castelsaraceno, Lagonegro, Laino Borgo (CS),
, Moliterno, Nemoli, Tortora (CS) and Trecchina.
In 2003 she once again won the Ukrainian championships, in 2004 the senior European championships and in 2005 the World championships in
. The next year she once again became a European and World champion, having won the World championship match again the Russian competitor Tamara Tansykkuzhina. She also won the European team cup with the "Pleso" team.
CIP was first described in 1984 by Charles F. Bolton in a series of five patients. The condition used to be described as "Bolton's neuropathy.". In 1996,
and colleagues first described that CIP and CIM often coexist in the same patient.
The first traces of human presence in Basilicata date to the late Paleolithic, with findings of "Homo erectus". Late Cenozoic fossils, found at Venosa and other locations, include elephants, rhinoceros and species now extinct such as a saber-toothed cat of the genus "Machairodus". Examples of rock art from the Mesolithic have been discovered near Filiano. From the fifth millennium, people stopped living in caves and built settlements of huts up to the rivers leading to the interior (Tolve, Tricarico, Aliano, Melfi, Metaponto). In this period, anatomically modern humans lived by cultivating cereals and animal husbandry (Bovinae and Caprinae). Chalcolithic sites include the grottoes of
and the funerary findings of the Cervaro grotto near Lagonegro.
The source of the river is in the Lucan Apennines west of Castelsaraceno and south of Moliterno in the province of Potenza. The river flows south before curving eastward near Monte la Spina. It flows near
before entering the Parco Nazionale del Pollino. The river is joined by a right tributary near Francavilla in Sinni before flowing into Lago di Monte Cotugna. The river exits the lake and forms the border between the province of Potenza and the province of Matera for a short distance before entering the province of Matera. The Sarmento River flows into the Sinni as a right tributary at the point where the Sinni leaves the Parco Nazionale del Pollino. The Sinni curves northeast and flows near Colobraro and Valsinni before curving southeast and finally flowing into the Gulf of Taranto south of Policoro.
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