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So after Genoa-born architect Renzo Piano designed a replacement, a variety of automatic sensing features were added to detect faults.
Parsifal is presently moored in Genoa, Italy, and Shephard will be reunited with her when the cruising season begins again.
Renzo Piano, a celebrity architect who was born in Genoa, designed the new bridge, and more than 1,000 laborers worked around the clock to build it in just over a year.
Columbus, while opening the door for Spain, was from Genoa, so celebrating him confuses this part of U.S. history.
Jerry aside, who on the ACN team bears the most responsibility for the “Genoa” screw-up?
What is the whole “Genoa” storyline based on, or is that just something Aaron cooked up?
As the season unfolds, at least over the first four episodes, the Genoa and Romney storylines come to dominate the narrative.‘The Newsroom’ Season 2 Premiere: How Aaron Sorkin Saved the HBO Drama|Andrew Romano|July 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At first the piece feels like a straight-ish documentary, about rioters at the G8 summit in Genoa, Italy, in July 2011.Bernadette Corporation: Mutating Art Collective Succeeds in the Avant Garde|Blake Gopnik|September 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Genoa has but recently and partially felt the new impulse, yet even here the march of improvement is visible.
The view from the sea-side may be somewhat better, but not much—not comparable to that of Genoa from the Mediterranean.
Scarcely was Genoa pacified when the general was confronted by a much more serious event.
The French had captured three thousand prisoners during the sorties round Genoa.
On entering Genoa, the steamer while making for the quay passed near a great yacht with the Tunisian flag flying.The Nabob|Alphonse Daudet