Contract award: supply of containers, bins and bells for the separate collection of municipal solid waste in the provinces of parma, piacenza and reggio emilia - lots 1 to 11.
What does RE stand for?
RE stands for Reggio Emilia (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
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We have 45 other meanings of RE in our Acronym Attic
- Reasonable Efforts
- Receive Element
- Recovery Environment (Microsoft)
- Recursively Enumerable (formal language theory/recursion theory/computability theory)
- Recycle Acid
- Reduction of Error (statistics)
- Reenlistment Eligibility (code)
- Refusal of Employment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Trois sections du PPS dans les regions de Reggio Emilia, Mantova Modena et la Cremone ont tenu recemment des assemblees generales, sous la presidence de Rachida Tahiri, membre du Bureau politique du PPS, Hamid Bichri, premier secretaire de la section de Bologne, et Mohamed Sallo, membre du Comite central, charge de la Communaute marocaine a l'etranger, au cours desquelles les participants ont elu les membres de ces sections.
Deputy President Motlanthe also addressed an audience at a dinner hosted by the Mayor if the city Reggio Emilia on Tuesday, where he paid tribute to the city which contributed to the liberation struggle against apartheid.
Beautiful preschool inspired in the Reggio Emilia educational system with musical content.
th] Edition Club Meccatronica jury panel was composed of: Stefano Landi (Reggio Emilia Industrial President), Alberto Bombassei (Vice President of Industrial Relations, Confindustria), Luca De Biase (Nova24 Editorial Director), Cesare Fantuzzi (University of Modena & Reggio Emilia Professor), Enzo Rullani (Venice International University Professor), Aimone Storchi (Club Meccatronica President), and Auro Palomba (Community President).
The Children's Art Show was inspired by the Reggio Emilia educational philosophy.
The installation is based on the Reggio Emilia approach to children's education, pioneered in the city of Reggio Emilia in Italy.
Archaeologist Ezio Fulcheri, of the University of Genoa, investigated bones discovered in the cathedral of Reggio Emilia in northern Italy.