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  • proper noun Province of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy.
  • proper noun A town, the capital of Pordenone.


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From Italian Pordenone.


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  • He calls us the Jornada Pordenone's "younger sister," and I call Pordenone our older sister.

    The House Next Door

  • Frankenstein: ovvero, Il moderno Prometeo (Pordenone: Studio Tesi, 1995).

    Editions of Mary Shelley's _Frankenstein_

  • In the specific sense, it began at the Giornate del Cinema Muto in Pordenone, Italy, in 1991, when all the surviving silent films of the DeMille brothers were shown.

    Empire of Dreams

  • We met in Pordenone two? years ago during the "Pordenonelegge" fair.

    Excerpt from Vanilla Ride

  • Image found thanks to Señor Tonto from Pordenone, Italy (check out his Flickr page too).

    The Purple People Eater »

  • With the surrender of Italy to the allies in 1943, Bellavitis travelled to Pordenone with his mother and brother (Michele) to join the partisans, using the nom de guerre 'Walt Disney' (Topolino having been his first great interest in comics) as well as drawing for Vento di montagna Mountain Wind, a weekly for Venetian partisans.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Pordenone, Camera di commercio industra artigianato e agricoltura, 1987.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Virtually every major restorer, archivist, or film historian of the movies 'first three decades converges in October on Pordenone, a prosperous town in Friuli that has a beautiful medieval core.

    A Language of Their Own

  • But even commentators as acute as Marco Polo and Odoric of Pordenone were unable to provide in - sights into Chinese thought, probably because they did not command the language.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • “Marriage of St. Catharine,” the faces being portraits of the Pordenone family, and a fine fresco also by him, representing the dispute of St. Catharine.

    The South of France—East Half


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