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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: colluttazione / colluttare

19/12/2014 06:58 Condividi

Venerdì, 19 Dicembre 2014

La parola di oggi è: colluttazione / colluttare

La parola del giorno dello Zingarelli e la sua pronuncia sono disponibili all'indirizzo http://dizionaripiu.zanichelli.it/parola-del-giorno/

 Sillabazione: col–lut–ta–zió–ne
colluttazióne / kolluttatˈtsjone/
[vc. dotta, lat. colluctatiōne(m), da colluctāri ‘colluttare’ ☼ 1848]
s. f.
● rissa violenta, lotta corpo a corpo: vi fu una colluttazione fra poliziotti e ladri SIN. zuffa

 Sillabazione: col–lut–tà–re
colluttàre / kollutˈtare/
[vc. dotta, lat. colluctāri ‘lottare’, comp. di cŭm ‘con’ e luctāri ‘lottare’ ☼ 1886]
v. intr. (aus. avere) e colluttàrsi v. intr. pron.
● (lett.) venire alle mani e combattere corpo a corpo

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News Digest: Telangana cabinet meet today

19/12/2014 04:21 Condividi

Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIAFriday, December 19, 2014Today's Headlines India

Telangana cabinet meet today
The Telangana state cabinet will meet at the Secretariat here on Friday morning.

Will take Krishna water to Rayalaseema: Chandrababu Naidu
Chief minister Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday announced that after the capital city plans were furthered, his priority would shift to the transfer of Krishna waters to Pennar basin so that farmers of Rayalaseema would benefit.

Offices to shift, but Chandrababu Naidu to stay in Hyderabad
P chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday said that though he would like to shift some of the state-level offices to Vijayawada by next June, he would continue to function from the “political capital” of Hyderabad for 10 years as stipulated in the AP Reorganisation Act-2014.

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Business

SpiceJet's loss is other carriers' gain
SpiceJet’s fall from grace has led the cash registers ringing for other Indian carriers. Troubles at Kalanithi Maran-owned low cost carrier (LCC) started from mid-November when leasers started repossessing aircraft, leading to reduction of flights.

Village broadband plan bound to fail, says Trai chief
The government’s ambitious national broadband plan to connect as many as 2.5 lakh villages through optic fibre came in for sharp criticism from telecom regulator Rahul Khullar, who termed the move as “impossible” to implement and something that is bound to “fail”.

JSPL gets notice on charter licence
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a notice to Naveen Jindal-owned Jindal Steel & Power’s (JSPL) six-year-old non-schedule operator permit (NSOP) holder firm (read aircraft charter firm), asking it why its permit or charter licence should not be cancelled by allowing it to lapse when it comes up for renewal next week.

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Environment

Drones to guard Delhi forests, monitor encroachments
Drones will soon fly over Delhi's forests to monitor encroachments and breach of boundaries of protected forest areas.

Leopard dies from bacterial infection
Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) in Borivali lost another wild cat on Wednesday night when leopard Poman passed away around 10.30pm.

Government to strengthen laws to combat plastic hazard: Javadekar
Linking the drive against plastic to 'clean-India' campaign, environment minister Prakash Javadekar today said the government will take a number of steps like tightening legal provisions and increasing the quantum of fine to deal with the menace of plastic.

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World

Washington weighs response to Sony hack; options limited
The US government on Thursday said it was weighing the proportional response to the sophisticated perpetrator of a cyberattack that crippled Sony Pictures, exposed its executives and led to the cancellation of the film "The Interview."

Obesity can be disability: EU court
Employers across the European Union and UK will now have to treat obese workers as disabled.

Boko Haram kills 32, kidnaps 185 in Nigeria
Boko Haram militants killed 32 people and kidnapped scores of others, including women and children, in a brutal attack on a village in the northeast area of Nigeria, officials and a witness said on Thursday.

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Entertainment

Why was Sobhita hiding her face?
Why was Sobhita Dhulipalia hiding her face at dinner with Anil Kapoor’s son Harshvardhan Kapoor?

Exclusive: Jacqueline romances Ranbir
Exclusive pictures of the beautiful Jacqueline Fernandez romancing both Ranbir Kapoor and Arjun Rampal

7 Films we wish had a different ending
We look at seven Bollywood films we wish had a different ending.

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Science

Isro gets closer to manned mission, tests crew module
This rocket didn’t put a satellite in orbit. In fact, its payload plunged into the Bay of Bengal 20 minutes after the vehicle lifted off from Sriharikota.

Don't make it a stop-start-stop operation: India's first space traveller
As India successfully tested the heaviest launch vehicle GSLV Mk-III, there was a sense of relief for 56-year-old Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian to travel in space.

US makes bullet that can change direction in midair
The United States department of defence has successfully tested a bullet that can change direction after it has been fired, apparently using fins built into the shell to direct it in the air and account for wind and targets moving.

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Technology

First impressions: Micromax YU Yureka with Cyanogen OS
We got a chance to spend some time with the phone at the launch event and here are our first impressions…

TOI, cricbuzz in Google India's top 10 searches of 2014
Times Group brands 'cricbuzz' and 'Times of India' have made it to Google’s ten most searched topics in India in 2014.

The top Google searches of 2014

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Delhi

Poor drug quality may have caused sterilisation deaths: Minister in LS
Infection and sub-standard quality of drugs used could have been the cause of deaths at a recent sterilisation camp in Chhattisgarh, the government told Lok Sabha on Thursday

Register properties in illegal colonies'
In a bid to woo the unauthorized colony vote bank, Delhi BJP president Satish Upadhyay has asked the Delhi government to lift the ban on registry of properties in such colonies.

Elections not before April? Kejri jibe at BJP sparks row
With the election commission yet to notify a date for fresh polls in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal’s tweet on Thursday, questioning if the polls will be held in April, has stirred controversy.

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Bangalore

15-day extension rare, but we did homework: Cops
City police are happy that the special court granted them custody of Mehdi Masroor Biswas for another 15 days and admit it is a rare instance.

'My son will walk free'
Mikhael Biswas, father of suspected ISIS backer Mehdi Masroor Biswas, on Thursday said they are confident the law of the land will follow its course and his son will be freed after he is found innocent.

He will grow with a remote-controlled leg
This 10-year-old cancer patient from Sri Lanka has his limb remote-controlled.

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Chennai

HC: Police can't interfere with massage parlour business
Relax! Massage parlours, spas, beauty parlours, wellness centres, unisex salons and health clubs — call them by any name, but police and other authorities cannot interfere with their functioning without there being a law to either permit or regulatethem, the Madras high court has ruled.

Tamil Nadu gets Rs 587 crore loan from German bank
German development bank KfW has sanctioned a loan of 76 million euros (587crore) to the Tamil Nadu government for setting up inter-state transmission lines.

4 from city tied up, robbed on Delhi-Jaipur highway
In yet another highway heist, four employees of a Chennai-based company on their way to Jaipur from Delhi were tied up and relieved of their cash by robbers who chased their taxi and shot at the driver on National Highway 8 near Shahpura late on Wednesday.

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Ahmedabad

Delegates to enjoy luxe commuting
Cabbies of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar are working on a quick switchover to top-end vehicles like BMWs, Mercs and Audis as run-of-the-mill taxis will not do for visitors to Pravasi Bharatiya Divas and Vibrant Gujarat Global Investor Summit events next month.

Ahmedabad police ready with 'city lockdown' plan for high-profile January events
Ahmedabad police will, for the first time, implement a ‘city lockdown’ for security.

Gujarat govt checks hotels for Vibrant guests
The state government has pulled out all stops to play ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ and ensure that there is no profiteering at the expense of Vibrant Gujarat.

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Allahabad

Unnecessary hue & cry raised over ghar wapsi: VHP
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad has said that political parties raising hue and cry over ‘ghar wapsi’ had remained quiet over the same event organized during Congress-led UPA regime. The organization claimed that ghar wapsi of more than 7,000 people was conducted during the UPA regime.

Basic Shiksha Parishad to regularize exam calendar of basic schools
Basic Shiksha Parishad would be regularising the examination calendar of all basic schools across the state from the new academic session. The pattern proposed is said to be set in line with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) calendar.

Cops introduce new features for crowd management at Magh Mela
Proper barricading, fixed parking slots, map and signboards in different languages, including English and Hindi, indicating the routes, safe passages and Public Address System (PAS) to counter rumours are few new features that have been introduced by Magh Mela police authorities to control crowd on this Magh Mela commencing from January 5.

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Chandigarh

Sidhu stoned in Jammu, wife blames SAD
Senior BJP leader and three-time Amritsar MP Navjot Singh Sidhu was on Thursday attacked in Jammu's Gandhi Nagar constituency while he was canvassing for party candidate Kavinder Gupta.

Punjab BJP boycotts Harsimrat's event
The already strained ties between allies SAD and BJP in Punjab hit another low on Thursday when the saffron party leaders boycotted Akali MP and Union food processing minister Harsimrat Kaur's function to flag off Bathinda-Delhi Shatabdi Express.

Kullu remains in dark for sixth day
Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh continued to witness complete blackout for sixth consecutive day with administration failing to restore the power supply on Thursday.

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Per Natale lasciati ispirare dal mare: serie limitata Pesci del Mediterraneo

19/12/2014 02:18 Condividi

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Mare dicembre 2014
Vi conosciamo, amici de Il Mare. Perché amate il mare come lo amiamo noi. Il mare è unico, irripetibile, è ricerca e scoperta, di emozione e di bellezza. Voi lo sapete bene. E allora lasciatevi ispirare dal mare per scegliere un regalo che vi rappresenti e comunichi quello che siete e quello che sentite. Regali esclusivi numerati, autografati, presentati in una elegante confezione, solo su ilmare.com o presso la libreria Il Mare di Roma.
Oggi Vi proponiamo le serigrafie de I Pesci del Mediterraneo di Massimo Leonardi. E per chi vuole ancora di più, nella nostra sede di Roma in via del Vantaggio, 19, è possibile scegliere un regalo ancora più esclusivo, anzi unico, fra le tavole originali di: sarago pizzuto, astice, murena maculata, orata, cefalo simpatico, triglia, tombarello, lupicante, cerniotto, il trio trascina-sarago-corvina e il sarago reale. Tutte incorniciate a doppio vetro per esaltarne al massimo i colori e il tratto inconfondibile. Venite a vederle e sarà amore a prima a vista.


Pesci illustrati Pesci illustrati
Leonardi Massimo Serigrafie di cm.43x31 su cartoncino di alta qualità numerate e autografate stampa limitata a 67 pezzi € 98,00
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Serigrafie di cm.47x31 su cartoncino di alta qualità da 340 gr. numerate e autografate stampa limitata a 47 pezzi. € 48,00


Massimo Leonardi è un tatuatore di fama internazionale, ha quarant'anni ed è di Cagliari. Il suo rapporto privilegiato con Roma l’ha portato naturalmente nella nostra libreria. È cliente affezionato da una decina d’anni, ci capitò la prima volta per acquistare il famosissimo e storico libro De Piscibus l’atlante naturalistico con i disegni di Ulisse Ulisse Aldrovandi.
Libro che è diventato la sua principale fonte di ispirazione, oltre alla scuola degli illustratori naturalisti olandesi e svedesi, in Italia ancora poco valutati e apprezzati per come si meriterebbero. I pesci del Mediterraneo, che è il tema della sua mostra, ha iniziato  timidamente a disegnarli una decina di anni fa con semplici schizzi fino a definirli con la stessa tecnica che usa per i tatuaggi. Come tatuatore disegna e acquerella rispettando la morfologia del pesce, ma nello stesso tempo c’è sempre qualcosa che lo rende diverso, è questa la sua capacità di designer.

L’idea della mostra è nata circa un anno fa. In meno di sei mesi ha prodotto un centinaio di tavole, una selezione è ora in mostra in libreria. Le stampe sono serigrafate a tre colori su carta cotone, per realizzarle ha usato acqua, china, matita, qualche pennarello e il caffè per fare il fondo. Nello stesso tempo è diventato editore di sé stesso producendo Pesci del Mediterraneo stampe contenute in una elegante confezione, una con l’illustrazione del sarago, golden serie, stampa limitata a 47 pezzi a 48,00 euro cadauna. L’altra con tre stampe, un sarago fasciato, la tracina drago e la corvina, numerate e autografate stampa limitata a 67 pezzi a 98,00 euro cadauno. Tutte le stampe sono nel formato cm.47x31 serigrafate a tre colori su cartoncino di alta qualità da 340 gr. numerate e autografate. Il suo canale di commercializzazione, essendo un prodotto estremamente di nicchia, con tirature limitate, è esclusivamente la libreria Il Mare, anche se non esclude il prossimo anno di proporre il suo lavoro in Europa con un tour nelle principali città.
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Beppe Grillo presenta il referendum #FuoriDallEuro alla stampa estera

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La Rete del Grillo del 2014/12/18 LA RETE DEL GRILLO     Blog Blog Iscriviti La Settimana Help Promozione su www.beppegrillo.it Contattaci 18/12/2014 . Il post di Beppe Grillo
Beppe Grillo presenta il referendum #FuoriDallEuro alla stampa estera

Il M5S alle ore 15 presenta alla Stampa Estera la proposta di legge d'iniziativa popolare per indire un referendum sull'uscita dell'Italia dall'euro. In un solo week end abbiamo raggiunto le 50.000 firme necessarie! Porteremo in Parlamento la legge popolare per indire il referendum sull'euro! La legge di iniziativa popolare che è stata proposta dal M5S per indire il referendum è di livello costituzionale, questo vuol dire che ha lo stesso livello di importanza della Costituzione. Infatti il referendum consultivo non è stato previsto dalla Costituzione, ma come è già stato fatto nel 1989 prima dell'ingresso nell'euro è possibile prevederlo con una legge costituzionale: ossia quella proposta come legge popolare dal M5S e che i cittadini potranno sostenere con una firma a partire da sabato 13 dicembre. Il nostro obbiettivo è portare milioni di firme, far emergere la suprema volontà popolare e portare gli italiani al referendum entro l'anno prossimo.

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#RenzieBuffone internazionale

"L'incredibile pagliacciata delle Olimpiadi in Italia, annunciata ieri da quello pseudo premier che risponde al nome di Matteo Renzi, ha lasciato di sasso i quotidiani stranieri che oggi hanno pesantemente attaccato la scelta di Renzi. Il Telegraph, quotidiano inglese, scrive: "l'ambizione dell'Italia nel bel mezzo della peggiore recessione dalla fine della Seconda Guerra Mondiale è stata accolta con derisione". Sottolineando che i Giochi sarebbero a "Roma, Firenze, Sardegna e Napoli, la casa della camorra". E per non far mancare nulla, nell'articolo, figura il campionario quasi completo degli ultimi scandali, da Mafia capitale agli arresti per l'Expo e per il Mose, con citazioni anche per mafia e ndrangheta."

... [continua]


Natale in Parlamento

"Il governo non si azzardi a presentare al Senato il maxiemendamento sulla legge di Stabilità, per farlo poi passare in fretta e furia con l'ennesimo voto di fiducia e infine farlo ratificare alla Camera senza dibattito e senza un esame approfondito delle norme. Non è accettabile che il governo imponga al Parlamento e al Paese una legge di stabilità stravolta con emendamenti localistici e microsettoriali che rispondono a puri interessi personali della maggioranza e che, soprattutto, vanno a modificare i saldi della legge di bilancio. Mentre gli emendamenti delle opposizioni vengono respinti con la solita scusa della mancanza di coperture, il governo disfa a suo piacimento la legge di stabilità pur di metterci dentro ciò che più gli fa comodo."

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banner_amazon_tech.jpg Il miglior commento O fuori dall'euro o #mortiditasse
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Come ogni dicembre, sono passato anche io dal commercialista nonostante abbia ormai chiuso da anni la mia attività, le tasse rimangono comunque da pagare. Allegri! Belle notizie: sembra che dal 2016 ci sarà una tassa sola che le ingloberà tutte. Ah dimenticavo, sembra però che aumenteranno del 30%

Lettere dalla Rete

Come prima, peggio di prima

di B.P.

Si sta per concludere il semestre alla Presidenza Europea e ci si accorge che anche in Europa l'Italia ha contato come un alito di vento. Renzi non ha messo in discussione l'Euro, ma neanche i trattati e quel piccolo sforamento che abbiamo ottenuto è merito dello strappo della Francia il cui asse con la Germania è più solido che mai. Che dire, siamo considerati dei buffoni, gli ultimi della classe e ci hanno dato altro tempo, non per le magnifiche riforme che sono altamente inutili alla nostra causa, ma perché l'Europa trema al pensiero di un crollo a catena il cui percussore sarebbe l'Italia. A livello nazionale l'Italia continua a bruciare risorse per sprechi e corruzione, e nonostante le pessime condizioni socio-economiche si continua a prediligere la spesa pubblica, che ha mandato in tilt il debito pubblico. Se non siamo ancora falliti è grazie al basso valore degli interessi dei nostri titoli che sono calmierati dalla BCE e da un periodo di falsa calma della guerra delle valute. I mercati però cominciano ad essere nervosi e pronti ad attaccare con una nuova ondata speculativa, ma Renzi sembra abitare su un altro pianeta, tanto abbiamo l'aumento dell'iva e delle accise come garanzie che sono degli autentici palliativi se si scatena la tempesta. Dopo quasi un anno di governo, Renzi ha prodotto il nulla dal punto di vista legislativo nell'ambito costitutivo, nella giustizia, nel lavoro e nella corruzione, anzi, gli episodi di collusione politico-mafiosa sono aumentati e gli appalti risultano sempre più compromessi. E' mia opinione che si stia scaldano un nuovo tecnico, qui in Italia si fa a turno, un po' di buffoni alternati a volti severi che però applicano la stessa ricetta: far sopravvivere il loro mondo con le nostre tasse. Renzi bocciato.



Le olimpiadi di Roma

di I.L.

Pensare alle olimpiadi con tutti i problemi che ci sono in Italia è da irresponsabili. Una vera e propria dimostrazione di assoluto menefreghismo nei confronti di chi vive allo stremo delle possibilità per sfamare la propria famiglia. E già, cosa glie ne frega a questa casta politica se il popolo sputa sangue per sopravvivere. L'importante è che loro siano a posto, con la poltrona assicurata. Pensino al popolo e non alle olimpiadi! Ma certo: la mafia vuole le olimpiadi per accaparrarsi gli appalti e siccome la casta è figlia della mafia, è di dovere creare le opportunità per rubare soldi al popolo, già duramente martoriato. La loro unica preoccupazione è avere il portafoglio pieno di soldi provenienti dalla mafia o addirittura dalla vendita di armi per alimentare le guerre e trarne profitti. Mafiosi e corrotti. Ladri e falsi. Questo è quello che qualcuno continua a votare. Sveglia italiani, è ora di finirla; certa gente ci prenda in giro continuamente e da troppo tempo.


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Per Natale lasciati ispirare dal mare: Il mitico Aquarama per giocare e sognare

18/12/2014 18:13 Condividi

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Lasciatevi ispirare dal mare e regalate una leggenda. Riva Toys Experience e Riva 170 anniversary 1842-2012 due modi diversi di raccontare una storia unica ed inimitabile. Quella dei motoscafi Riva e del raffinato stile tutto italiano che con loro ha fatto il giro il mondo. Aquarama Riva Toys Experience è un'esclusiva della Libreria Il Mare.


Aquarama Aquarama
Riva Riva Toys: il mitico Aquarama. Un modello giocattolo in miniatura per farvi divertire e giocare con le più belle barche Riva. È il primo di una serie, ogni modellino è realizzato con la [...] € 140,00
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L'Aquarama Toys Una grande esclusiva per la nostra libreria. È ormeggiato in bella vista nella grande vetrina su via del Vantaggio un Riva Toys: il mitico Aquarama. Un modello giocattolo in miniatura per farvi divertire e giocare con le più belle barche Riva. È il primo di una serie, ogni modellino è realizzato con la passione, la precisione e l’attenzione che distinguono le barche Riva; per questo ogni modellino è stato fatto con i legni più pregiati di mogano e frassino, gli stessi materiali utilizzati per le sorelle maggiori. Gli esperti di nautica sanno che le materie prime rappresentano l’anima dell’imbarcazione. Ecco perché da sempre Riva utilizza solo i materiali migliori, di cui ne conosce tutti i segreti.
Tra le decine di modelli di barche prodotti nei 170 anni di storia del Cantiere Riva, ne sono stati scelti, giocoforza, solo 4, anzi 4+1. Due barche storiche – Ariston e Aquarama – e due barche simbolo dell’evoluzione – Aquariva e Rivarama. E poi… non poteva certo mancare l’unico esemplare con le ruote. Il mitico camion Riva, quello che nel passato, attraversando in lungo e in largo tutto lo stivale, ha trasportato centinaia di barche.
Glii 11 pezzi per montare Aquarama Per il lancio dei Riva Toys sono state scelte location di prestigio a Bologna, Milano e in 3 capitali europee. A  Roma, quella ideale, scusate la modestia, è la Libreria Internazionale il Mare. Gli undici pezzi per assemblare l’Aquarama Toys e navigare con la fantasia sono racchiusi in una elegante scatola di cartone (sedili, pozzetto anteriore, cuscini prendisole, murata destra, murata sinistra. motori, opera viva).
Il modellino è in vendita per € 140.

Ogni legno ha la sua anima, questi sono quelli utilizzati per realizzare ii giogattoli.
Il Frassino
L’albero di Frassino, può raggiungere il metro di diametro e superare i trenta di altezza in due secoli di vita, si adatta a qualsiasi tipo di terreno, ma cresce bene nelle prossimità dei corsi d’acqua, su terreni umidi, in pianura o ad altitudini non troppo elevate, possibilmente in aree soleggiate. Il legno di frassino è largamente utilizzato perché è robusto e nello stesso tempo leggero e flessibile.
Piuttosto chiaro, va dal biondo tenue, al rosa fino al bruno pallido, con eventuali sfumature di verde. Le murate in mogano Il mogano
Il vero mogano è quello coltivato nell’America tropicale e nelle Antille, gli altri provengono da piante diverse appartenenti alla stessa famiglia. È un legno molto duro, compatto, pesante e facile da lavorare. In base al colore, si parla di “mogano chiaro” e “mogano scuro”, a seconda che presenti un colore tendente al giallo-rosa o al rosso-bruno, e si parla invece di “mogano rosso” per un legno dal colore più deciso. La varietà di colore è anche influenzata dall’invecchiamento.
L’Acero
In Italia è diffuso soprattutto al nord e al centro. E’ molto comune nella pianura padana dove ne crescono spontaneamente 7-8 specie. L’Acero è un legno semiduro e poroso, caratterizzato da venature evidenti con fibre compatte, di colore chiaro, che spazia dal quasi bianco al giallo rosato.


A sn. ogni modello ha il suo numero di serie e si può anche personalizzare

Dire Aquarama è come dire perfezione sull’acqua.
“Lo Stradivari delle barche” e “la regina della Costa Azzurra” sono solo alcune delle definizioni date negli anni Sessanta riferite a questo modello straordinario, da tutti considerato il più bel motoscafo al mondo. Il suo scafo, lungo dagli 8,02 agli 8,78 metri interamente di mogano e lavorato a mano, mette in luce la bellezza naturale delle venature del suo legno. Il volante, scelto dall’ingegner Riva per la sua bellezza, è ispirato alle automobili americane degli anni Cinquanta. Ogni suo particolare è inconfondibile. Ecco perché l’Aquarama più che una barca, è diventata una mito.
Nato negli anni Sessanta, Aquarama diventò una vera celebrity, un’icona della quale si innamorò presto tutto il mondo nautico; attori, campioni sportivi, celebrità dell’industria e dello spettacolo, lo desiderarono, l’acquistarono, lo sfoggiarono.
Probabilmente i favolosi anni Sessanta sarebbero stati meno favolosi senza quei
motoscafi capaci di navigare velocissimi sfrecciando per tutto il mar Mediterraneo
e dandosi appuntamento nelle località più esclusive.
Una barca, un simbolo, un mezzo d’ispirazione e di ambizione. Il nome nasce come derivato dai “cinerama”, grandi schermi cinematografici sperimentali americani di quegli anni, così lui, l’Aquarama, era pronto per diventare un cult del mondo nautico perché capace di far vivere al meglio l’immensità del mare. Fin dalla sua presentazione, nel novembre 1962, al terzo Salone Internazionale della Nautica di Milano, l’Aquarama diventa il simbolo stesso della Riva. E poi il secondo, il terzo, il quarto modello… fino ad arrivare a 784 esemplari di cui l’ultimo prodotto nel 1996 e ancora oggi sempre pronto a farsi ammirare, in tutto il suo splendore, dai tanti visitatori del
Cantiere a Sarnico. Chi pensa a una perfetta barca in legno di mogano pensa subito ad Aquarama; con i suoi potenti motori, il suo volante e le sue inconfondibili strumentazioni.

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Consiglio comunale sabato 20 dicembre 2014
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Teatro dei Fluttuanti
Film:
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Teatro dei Fluttuanti
GOSPEL DI NATALE
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Life expectancy increases globally as death toll falls from major diseases

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 05:15 PM PST

People are living much longer worldwide than they were two decades ago, as death rates from infectious diseases and cardiovascular disease have fallen, according to a new, first-ever journal publication of country-specific cause-of-death data for 188 countries.

Survey of the general population in France identifies knowledge gaps in the perception of lung cancer

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 02:15 PM PST

A prospective nationwide survey on perceptions of lung cancer in the general population of France highlights a need for increased public education on the benefits of lung cancer screening, the good survival rates of early-stage disease and the improved outcomes with new therapeutic strategies, including targeted-therapies.

Targeted next-generation sequencing reveals a high number of genomic mutations in advanced malignant

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 02:15 PM PST

Next generation sequencing in malignant pleural mesothelioma tumors shows a complex mutational setting with a high number of genetic alterations in genes involved in DNA repair, cell survival and cell proliferation pathways. Increased accumulation of mutations correlates with early progression of the tumor and decreased survival.

Weigh-in once a week or you'll gain weight

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 02:14 PM PST

Stepping on the scale is common among dieters but how does the frequency of weigh-ins impact weight? A new study showed that the more frequently dieters weighed themselves the more weight they lost, and if participants went more than a week without weighing themselves, they gained weight.

Consumer loyalty driven by aesthetics over functionality

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 02:14 PM PST

Consumers' loyalty and passion for an automobile brand are driven more by appearance than practical concerns. Aesthetics that resonate on an emotional level are more responsible for brand loyalty than such factors as functionality and price, the study found.

Spider's web weaves way to advanced networks and displays

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 02:14 PM PST

Searching for new ways to develop efficient, flexible networks, physicists discovered the designs of spider webs and leaf venation, refined across thousands of years of evolution, are worthy models for the next generation of optoelectronic applications.

Ultrafast imaging of complex systems in 3-D at near atomic resolution nears

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 02:14 PM PST

It is becoming possible to image complex systems in 3-D with near-atomic resolution on ultrafast timescales using extremely intense X-ray free-electron laser pulses. One important step toward ultrafast imaging of samples with a single X-ray shot is understanding the interaction of extremely brilliant and intense X-ray pulses with the sample, including ionization rates.

Big data may be fashion industry's next must-have accessory

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 02:14 PM PST

Big data may be the next new thing to hit the fashion industry's runways, according to a team of researchers.

Switching to spintronics: Electric field switching of ferromagnetism at room temperature

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 01:16 PM PST

Researchers have used an electric field to reverse the magnetization direction in a multiferroic spintronic device at room temperature, a demonstration that points a new way towards spintronics and smaller, faster and cheaper ways of storing and processing data.

Satellites measure increase of Sun's energy absorbed in the Arctic

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:41 PM PST

NASA satellite instruments have observed a marked increase in solar radiation absorbed in the Arctic since the year 2000 -- a trend that aligns with the steady decrease in Arctic sea ice during the same period.

49 percent of patients withhold clinically sensitive information

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:41 PM PST

In the first real-world trial of the impact of patient-controlled access to electronic medical records, almost half of the patients who participated withheld clinically sensitive information in their medical records from some or all of their health care providers.

Satellite sees holiday lights brighten cities

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:40 PM PST

Even from space, holidays shine bright. With a new look at daily data scientists have identified how patterns in nighttime light intensity change during major holiday seasons -- Christmas and New Year's in the United States and the holy month of Ramadan in the Middle East.

Lens-free microscope can detect cancer at cellular level

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:40 PM PST

A lens-free microscope that can be used to detect the presence of cancer or other cell-level abnormalities with the same accuracy as larger and more expensive optical microscopes, has been developed by researchers. The invention could lead to less expensive and more portable technology for performing common examinations of tissue, blood and other biomedical specimens. It may prove especially useful in remote areas and in cases where large numbers of samples need to be examined quickly.

Surprising theorists, stars within middle-aged clusters are of similar age

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:40 PM PST

An examination of middle-aged star clusters reveals an unexpectedly narrow age range among their stars, suggesting that large groups of stars evolve differently than previously understood.

Policy action urgently needed to protect Hawaii's dolphins

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:40 PM PST

Tourism is increasing pressure on Hawaii's spinner dolphins. A new study shows that long-proposed federal regulations to limit daytime access to bays where the dolphins rest are greatly needed, but local, community-based conservation measures tailored to each individual bay will speed their acceptance. A one-size-fits-all approach will not work, authors say.

New conversion process turns biomass 'waste' into lucrative chemical products

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:40 PM PST

A new catalytic process is able to convert what was once considered biomass waste into lucrative chemical products that can be used in fragrances, flavorings or to create high-octane fuel for racecars and jets. A team of researchers has developed a process that uses a chemical catalyst and heat to spur reactions that convert lignin into valuable chemical commodities.

Australia's coastal observation network may aid in understanding of extreme ocean events

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:40 PM PST

A network of nine reference sites off the Australian coast is providing the latest physical, chemical, and biological information to help scientists better understand Australia's coastal seas.

Short-necked Triassic marine reptile discovered in China

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:40 PM PST

A new species of short-necked marine reptile from the Triassic period has been discovered in China.

Microscopy pencils patterns in polymers at the nanoscale

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 12:39 PM PST

Scientists have used advanced microscopy to carve out nanoscale designs on the surface of a new class of ionic polymer materials for the first time.

Colorado River Delta greener after engineered pulse of water

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 11:11 AM PST

The engineered spring flood that brought water to previously dry reaches of the lower Colorado River and its delta resulted in greener vegetation, the germination of new vegetation along the river and a temporary rise in the water table, according to new results from the binational team of scientists studying the water's effects.

Ancient, hydrogen-rich waters deep underground around the world: Waters could support isolated life

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 11:11 AM PST

A team of scientists has mapped the location of hydrogen-rich waters found trapped kilometers beneath Earth's surface in rock fractures in Canada, South Africa and Scandinavia. Common in Precambrian Shield rocks -- the oldest rocks on Earth -- the ancient waters have a chemistry similar to that found near deep sea vents, suggesting these waters can support microbes living in isolation from the surface.

Multiple allergic reactions traced to single protein

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 11:10 AM PST

A single protein has been identified as the root of painful and dangerous allergic reactions to a range of medications and other substances. If a new drug can be found that targets the problematic protein, researchers say, it could help smooth treatment for patients with conditions ranging from prostate cancer to diabetes to HIV.

'Perfect storm' quenching star formation around a supermassive black hole

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 11:10 AM PST

Astronomers have discovered that modest black holes can shut down star formation by producing turbulence. High-energy jets powered by supermassive black holes can blast away a galaxy's star-forming fuel, resulting in so-called "red and dead" galaxies: those brimming with ancient red stars yet containing little or no hydrogen gas to create new ones.

Scientists open new frontier of vast chemical 'space': As proof-of-principle, the team makes dozens of new chemical entities

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:15 AM PST

Chemists have invented a powerful method for joining complex organic molecules that is extraordinarily robust and can be used to make pharmaceuticals, fabrics, dyes, plastics and other materials previously inaccessible to chemists.

Rx drugs, 'bath salts,' fake pot and laundry pods lead millions to call poison centers

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:14 AM PST

National Poison Control Center data from 2012 show that poisonings from prescription drugs are the leading cause of injury death in the United States, and that poisonings from 'bath salts,' synthetic marijuana and laundry detergent pods are emerging threats to public health.

National model of restoration: Nine Mile Run

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:14 AM PST

A study by a hydrologist shows that one of the largest urban-stream restorations in the United States has led to the recovery of fish and, more importantly, a groundswell of local support. Nine Mile Run, which is part of a watershed that drains 6.5 square miles of land, had been truly abused by urbanization and industrialization. Toxins leached into the creek from a slag heap left over from the steelmaking process, sewer lines discharged into the water, and so much of the waterway had been buried in culverts or diverted from its natural path that Nine Mile Run had become toxic. The restoration project involved rerouting the creek to a natural pathway, reestablishing flora, creating areas to catch floodwater, and building natural "slash piles" and "snags" from cut-down trees to create bird and animal habitats.

How breast cancer cells break free to spread in body

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:14 AM PST

More than 90 percent of cancer-related deaths are caused by the spread of cancer cells from their primary tumor site to other areas of the body. A new study has identified how one important gene helps cancer cells break free from the primary tumor.

Even in restored forests, extreme weather strongly influences wildfire's impacts

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:14 AM PST

A new study examined how the Rim Fire burned through forests with restored fire regimes in Yosemite National Park to determine whether they were as resistant to high-severity fire as many scientists and land managers expected.

Certainty in our choices often a matter of time, researchers find

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:14 AM PST

When faced with making choices, but lack sufficient evidence to guarantee success, our brain uses elapsed time as a proxy for task difficulty to calculate how confident we should be, a team of neuroscientists has found. Their findings help untangle the different factors that contribute to the decision-making process.

Unpacking brain damage in ALS

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:14 AM PST

Researchers gain new insight into how motor neurons in the brain die during ALS. About 5 percent of ALS patients carry an altered version of a gene called C9orf72, which in ALS patients contains hundreds of repeat sequences that otherwise are not present in normal individuals. Since the gene's discovery in 2011, however, researchers have been trying to understand its normal function as well as its role in ALS, with multiple hypotheses proposed.

Contrasting views of kin selection assessed

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 10:14 AM PST

Researchers have used several different ways of testing Hamilton's rule, the core mathematical formula of kin selection, as an explanation for the evolution of much altruistic behavior in animals. These vary in their realism and their ability to generate predictions. The variety of approaches, as well as different views about what constitutes an explanation, helps explain a divisive debate about the importance of kin selection in evolution. A new criterion of 'causal aptness' could help resolve disputes.

Orphan receptor proteins deliver two knock-out punches to glioblastoma cells

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:36 AM PST

Two related proteins exert a lethal double whammy effect against glioblastoma cells when activated with a small molecule. Scientists say when activated, one protein, called the short form, stops glioblastoma cells from replicating their DNA, and the other, called the long form, prevents cell division if the DNA has already been replicated.

New class of synthetic molecules mimics antibodies

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:36 AM PST

The first synthetic molecules that have both the targeting and response functions of antibodies have been crafted by scientists. The new molecules -- synthetic antibody mimics -- attach themselves simultaneously to disease cells and disease-fighting cells. The result is a highly targeted immune response, similar to the action of natural human antibodies.

Researchers' recipe: Cook farm waste into energy

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:36 AM PST

Researchers are studying how to make biofuels from farm waste, especially 'wet' waste, such as corn husks, tomato vines and manure, that is typically difficult to use. They have developed a fairly simple procedure, pressure cooking, to transport waste and produce energy from it. Cooking farm waste yields compact, easily transportable material that will not degrade and can be used in energy-producing plants, they say.

Watch out Internet meanies: Game could soon be over for you

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:36 AM PST

Bullies and mean girls have been around forever but, with the arrival of smartphones and social media, meanness has taken on new forms and dramatically extended its reach. Digital abuse is now so widespread, and such are its dramatic effects on victims, that the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued a stern warning about the risks posed by cyberbullying to adolescents’ mental health. But 'how much do we really know about how to tackle online bullies?,' asks a new study.

Privacy policies good for big business, not so good for consumers

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:35 AM PST

Research suggests effective self regulation has yet to emerge for the majority of businesses whose privacy policies keep them from sharing consumers’ private information, but are not readable by the average consumer.

Employees who are open about religion are happier, study suggests

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:35 AM PST

Employees who openly discuss their religious beliefs at work are often happier and have higher job satisfaction than those employees who do not, according to a new study.

Great Lakes pollution no longer driven by airborne sources; land, rivers now bigger factors

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:35 AM PST

A researcher who measured organic pollutants in the air and water around Lake Erie and Lake Ontario has found that airborne emissions are no longer the primary cause of the lakes’ contamination. Instead, most of the lakes’ chemical pollutants come from sources on land or in rivers.

Amputee makes history controlling two modular prosthetic limbs

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 08:35 AM PST

A Colorado man made history this summer when he became the first bilateral shoulder-level amputee to wear and simultaneously control two modular prosthetic limbs. Most importantly, the patient, who lost both arms in an electrical accident 40 years ago, was able to operate the system by simply thinking about moving his limbs, performing a variety of tasks during a short training period.

Novel insights into pathogen behavior

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

New insights into the behavior of an important bacterial pathogen have been provided by researchers. The researchers investigated, using combination of experiments and computational modeling, how bacteria swarm in groups containing millions of cells. "We show in this paper that appendages of this bacterium called 'pili' link together to alter group motion and give swarming groups a form of braking power," an author explained.

Heat boosts phthalate emissions from vinyl crib mattress covers

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

The US continues to look at the use and regulation of phthalates, which have been associated with health problems. Of particular concern is the safety of these plastic additives to children. A new study aims to improve our understanding of one possible exposure route for babies: vinyl crib mattress covers. Scientists report that as these covers warm up, they emit more phthalates into the air.

Not just for the holidays, mistletoe could fight obesity-related liver disease

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

Mistletoe hanging in doorways announces that the holidays are just around the corner. For some people, however, the symbolic plant might one day represent more than a kiss at Christmas time: It may mean better liver health. Researchers have found that a compound produced by a particular variety of the plant can help fight obesity-related liver disease in mice.

Hugs help protect against stress, infection, say researchers

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

Researchers tested whether hugs act as a form of social support, protecting stressed people from getting sick. They found that greater social support and more frequent hugs protected people from the increased susceptibility to infection associated with being stressed and resulted in less severe illness symptoms.

Asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs may have nearly knocked off mammals, too

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

The classic story is that mammals rose to dominance after the dinosaurs went extinct, but a new study shows that some of the most common mammals living alongside dinosaurs, the metatherians, extinct relatives of living marsupials, were also nearly wiped out when an asteroid hit the planet 66 million years ago.

Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria syndrome: Substance from broccoli can moderate defects

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

Children who suffer from Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria syndrome age prematurely due to a defective protein in their cells. Scientists have now identified another important pathological factor: the system responsible for removing cellular debris and for breaking down defective proteins operates at lower levels in HGPS cells than in normal cells. The researchers have succeeded in reactivating protein breakdown in HGPS cells and thus reducing disease-related defects by using a substance from broccoli.

Better focus at the micro world: A low-budget focus stacking system for mass digitization

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

Researchers constructed a focus stacking set-up made of consumer grade products with better end results than high-end solutions and this at only a tenth of the price of current existing systems. Because of the operational ease, speed and the low cost of the system, it is ideal for mass digitization programs involving type specimens.

Anti-diabetic drug springs new hope for tuberculosis patients

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 07:13 AM PST

A more effective treatment for tuberculosis (TB) could soon be available as scientists have discovered that metformin, a drug for treating diabetes, can also be used to boost the efficacy of TB medication without inducing drug resistance, scientists report.

Women are more empathetic toward their partner than men

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 06:49 AM PST

Women may long have suspected it to be the case, but large-scale research has found women are more empathetic toward their partners than men.

Personality outsmarts intelligence at school: Conscientiousness and openness key to learning

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 06:08 AM PST

Recent research has found that personality is more important than intelligence when it comes to success in education and this needs to take this into account when guiding students and teachers. Furthermore these personality traits for academic success can be developed.

Firearm violence trends in the 21st century

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 06:08 AM PST

While the overall death rate from firearm violence has remained unchanged for more than a decade, the patterns for suicide and homicide have changed dramatically, a study on the epidemiology of gun violence from 2003 to 2012 has found.

Combining social media, behavioral psychology could lead to more HIV testing

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 06:08 AM PST

Social media such as Twitter and Facebook, combined with behavioral psychology, could be a valuable tool in the fight against AIDS by prompting high-risk individuals to be tested, research shows. Though there have been many experimental HIV testing interventions in international settings, none have used social media technologies, said one investigator.

Bugs life: The nerve cells that make locusts ‘gang up’

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 06:06 AM PST

A team of biologists has identified a set of nerve cells in desert locusts that bring about 'gang-like' gregarious behavior when they are forced into a crowd. The findings demonstrate the importance of individual history for understanding how brain chemicals control behaviour, which may apply more broadly to humans also.

Ancient Earth may have made its own water: Rock circulating in mantle feeds world's oceans even today, evidence suggests

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 06:05 AM PST

In a finding that meshes well with recent discoveries from the Rosetta mission, researchers have discovered a geochemical pathway by which Earth makes it own water through plate tectonics. This finding extends the planet's water cycle to billions of years—and suggests that enough water is buried in the deep earth right now to fill the Pacific Ocean.

Unraveling the light of fireflies

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 04:45 AM PST

How do fireflies produce those mesmerizing light flashes? Using cutting-edge imaging techniques, scientists have unraveled the firefly's intricate light-producing system for the first time.

Predicting antibiotic resistance

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 04:45 AM PST

Treating bacterial infections with antibiotics is becoming increasingly difficult as bacteria develop resistance not only to the antibiotics being used against them, but also to ones they have never encountered before. By analyzing genetic and phenotypic changes in antibiotic-resistant strains of E. coli, researchers have revealed a common set of features that appear to be responsible for the development of resistance to several types of antibiotics.

Global carbon dioxide emissions increase to new all-time record, but growth is slowing down

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 04:44 AM PST

2013 saw global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel use and cement production reach a new all-time high. This was mainly due to the continuing steady increase in energy use in emerging economies over the past ten years.  However, emissions increased at a notably slower rate (2%) than on average in the last ten years (3.8% per year since 2003, excluding the credit crunch years).

North Atlantic signaled Ice Age thaw 1,000 years before it happened, reveals new research

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 04:44 AM PST

The Atlantic Ocean at mid-depths may have given out early warning signals – 1,000 years in advance - that the last Ice Age was going to end, scientists report.

Many children, adolescents get too much caffeine from energy drinks

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 04:43 AM PST

When children aged 10-14 consume energy drinks, one in five consumes too much caffeine. When their caffeine intake from other sources such as cola and chocolate is included, every second child and more than one in three adolescents aged 15-17 consume too much caffeine. Researchers estimate that energy drinks cause or contribute to a large proportion of children and adolescents exceeding the recommended maximum daily intake of caffeine.

Gothic cathedrals blend iron and stone

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 04:43 AM PST

Using radiocarbon dating on metal found in Gothic cathedrals, an interdisciplinary team has shown, for the first time through absolute dating, that iron was used to reinforce stone from the construction phase. This study sheds new light on the technical skill and intentions of cathedral builders.

Smart window that tints and powers itself invented

Posted: 17 Dec 2014 04:43 AM PST

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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: decorazione / decorazione sfumature

18/12/2014 06:15 Condividi

Giovedì, 18 Dicembre 2014

La parola di oggi è: decorazione / decorazione sfumature

La parola del giorno dello Zingarelli e la sua pronuncia sono disponibili all'indirizzo http://dizionaripiu.zanichelli.it/parola-del-giorno/

 Sillabazione: de–co–ra–zió–ne
decorazióne / dekoratˈtsjone/
[vc. dotta, lat. tardo decoratiōne(m), da decorātus ‘decorato’ ☼ av. 1455]
s. f.
1 il decorare | fregio, addobbo o altro elemento decorativo che serve ad abbellire un complesso architettonico: decorazioni murali | tutto ciò che serve per decorare: decorazione floreale, natalizia
2 medaglia, croce: gli è stata consegnata sul campo una decorazione al valor militare | onorificenza cavalleresca
 SFUMATURE
decorazione - addobbo - paramento
Decorazione si dice di qualsiasi elemento ornamentale che abbellisca un oggetto, una struttura. Addobbo ha un ambito d'uso più ristretto, essendo riferibile all'ornamentazione a festa di una strada, di una casa, di una nave ecc.; ma in usi ironici o scherzosi può anche connotare l'abbigliamento vistoso e un po' pacchiano di una persona. Paramento è originariamente l'indumento indossato dal sacerdote nelle funzioni sacre, poi qualsiasi drappo o altro addobbo posto a ornamentazione di una chiesa, infine per estensione qualsiasi addobbo.

 Sillabazione: de–co–ra–zió–ne
decorazióne / dekoratˈtsjone/
[vc. dotta, lat. tardo decoratiōne(m), da decorātus ‘decorato’ ☼ av. 1455]
s. f.
1 il decorare | fregio, addobbo o altro elemento decorativo che serve ad abbellire un complesso architettonico: decorazioni murali | tutto ciò che serve per decorare: decorazione floreale, natalizia
2 medaglia, croce: gli è stata consegnata sul campo una decorazione al valor militare | onorificenza cavalleresca
 SFUMATURE
decorazione - addobbo - paramento
Decorazione si dice di qualsiasi elemento ornamentale che abbellisca un oggetto, una struttura. Addobbo ha un ambito d'uso più ristretto, essendo riferibile all'ornamentazione a festa di una strada, di una casa, di una nave ecc.; ma in usi ironici o scherzosi può anche connotare l'abbigliamento vistoso e un po' pacchiano di una persona. Paramento è originariamente l'indumento indossato dal sacerdote nelle funzioni sacre, poi qualsiasi drappo o altro addobbo posto a ornamentazione di una chiesa, infine per estensione qualsiasi addobbo.

La parola è tratta da:
lo Zingarelli 2014
Vocabolario della lingua italiana
di Nicola Zingarelli
Zanichelli editore

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Posted: 16 Dec 2014 01:15 AM PST

Qualche anno fa l’unico mezzo per giocare a qualcosa di graficamente bello e avvincente, era comprare una console, scegliendo tra Xbox, PlayStation e Wii, ma ora i giochi per smartphone sono diventati così belli da considerarsi quasi alla pari, soprattutto se fatti girare su Smartphone potenti, con il vantaggio di non dover stare obbligatoriamente a casa, ma potendoci giocare ovunque.

Vista la grande quantità di giochi usciti, ecco una raccolta dei migliori giochi per Android, questi che vedete sotto sono stati provati da noi personalmente e selezionati fra i migliori, alcuni fra questi hanno raggiunto anche la cifra di ben 100 milioni di Download.

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Questa è la nostra classifica personale, accuratamente preparata selezionando solo giochi gratuiti e con voti di gradimento altissimi, se siete invece interessati solo ai giochi di gare automobilistiche vi consiglio quest’altro articolo, migliori giochi di corse android.

Ringraziamo calorosamente tutti i nostri lettori per la miriade di commenti e mail che ci inviate attraverso i quali ci consigliate sempre nuovi giochi e rendete questo articolo sempre aggiornato con le migliori novità, ribadendo il fatto che verranno inseriti solo giochi meritevoli e che hanno raggiunto un certo gradimento sul Play Store

I migliori giochi Android: Clash of Clans Plants vs Zombies Badland Candy Crush Saga Asphalt Airbone 8 Angry Birds Dots Cattivissimo Me Hay Day Hyper Jump Sonic Dash Boom Beach Galaxy on Fire 2 Hd Plague Inc. Shadow Fight 2 Dead Trigger 2 Grave Defense Hd 3D Bowling Beach Buggy Blitz Ruzzle Temple Run Temple Run 2 Cut The Rope Eternity Warriors 2 Air Attack Hd Lite Where’s My Water? Where’s My Perry? Race Of Champions Subway Surfers Major Mayhem Frontline Commando Dead Trigger Can Knockdown Basketball Shoot Jetpack Joyride Guess that song Music Quiz Lep’s World 2 Defender II Infinite Racing Robotek Angry Birds Rio Angry Birds Space Angry Birds Seasons Angry Birds Star Wars Slice it! Bouncy Ball Jewels Ceramic Destroyer Flow Free Uno Free Paper Toss Stick Tennis Line Runner Bubble Blast 2 Pool Master Pro Speedcar Coin Pirates The Sims Angry Words Briscola S Draw Something Free Train Crisis HD Skater Boy Angry Gran Run Reckless Race Diavolo Ninja 2 Pinball Flipper Glow Hockey Brothers In Arms 2 Free Guerrilla Bob Cordy Fruit Ninja Pudding Monsters PitFall Stupid Zombie Sprinkle Chasing Yello Happy Street Frozen Bubble Paradise Island The Island: Castaway Naval Clash

Se conoscete altri giochi non presenti in questa lista, o volete scriverci per dirci qual’è il vostro gioco preferito, lasciateci un commento, cosi da poterlo aggiungere a qeusta lista!

Per chi volesse provare questi giochi Android sul proprio computer, potete installare Bluestacks, trovate il link per scaricarlo e la spiegazione qui: Utilizzare le applicazioni Android su Windows e Mac. Ve lo consiglio vivamente perché alcuni giochi Android sul computer sono ancora più emozionanti, per il semplice motivo che utilizzando il mouse e un display più grande il controllo diventa maggiore e anche il divertimento, vedi come esempio il gioco Defender II!

La maggior parte dei giochi gira fluida su tutti gli smartphone, quindi non vi resta che provare e se volete lasciarci un vostro commento

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Comune di MERGOZZO (VB): Presentazione libro La fiaba di Oriola

17/12/2014 20:03 Condividi

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Presentazione libro - La fiaba di Oriola

Domenica 21 dicembre ore 11.30 presso il Civico Museo Archeologico di Mergozzo - Presentazione del libro illustrato per bambini ...La fiaba di Oriola ! Scritto da Giancarlo Parazzoli e Nicola Genati! Disegni di Kristel Henzen! Adattamento testi: Maria Vittoria Rosa! Progetto editoriale: Biblioteca per ragazzi di Mergozzo.
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17/12/2014 20:14 Condividi

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