In the letter, shown on Italian rai Tre state television, Lombardi wrote of his concerns and asked how to address the press.
At rai about thirty of his shorter works are said to have been composed.
The rai as this land belongs to lets me tshin (cut) all the wuzen (elder) I wants.
Thirty miles from his present position was the small town of rai Bareilly.
According to his calculations he was about a mile from rai Bareilly.
Cure (v), kirai̍schachkais (rai and kais run together; the whole short).
And he rode thus into rai Bareilly, watchful, determined, ready for any emergency.
At a dance they can be hidden under tight sleeves, but how hot that would be in the 'Schwabeln' and 'rai'!
The two armies met under the walls of rai (Shaaban 195, May 811).
Its later name was rai; the ruins (near the modern Teheran) are said to cover the land for leagues.