; Kensington Palace, London and Fortezza Firmafede, Sarzana, Italy.
What does SZA stand for?
SZA stands for Sarzana (gang)
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We have 8 other meanings of SZA in our Acronym Attic
- Sueddeutsche Zeitung (German Newspaper)
- Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect
- Surf Zone
- Surface Zero
- Surveillance Zone
- Swaziland (Internet country code top-level domain)
- Szöllösy (Béla Bartók index of works)
- Zero-Terminated String
- Safety Zone Area
- Schizoaffective Disorder (psychosis)
- Solar Zenith Angles
- Sunyaev-Zeldovich Array (astronomy; telescope)
- Surf-Zone Array
- Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (Pakistan)
- South Zone Adivasi Forum (India)
- Sarabhai Zydus Animal Health Ltd. (India)
- Sam Zeanah Band (band)
- Scuba Zipper Bottle
- Sociedade de Zoológicos do Brasil (Portugese)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1) Biomedical Technology Department and (2) Rehabilitation Unit, Milano--Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus, Milan, Italy; (3) Rehabilitation Unit, Sarzana--Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus, Sarzana, Italy
From Tuscany the route will head north hitting Sarzana, going over the Cisa Pass, and touching Parma, to then return to Mantua where the riders will arrive on the evening of Saturday the 25th.
During his youth Ivani is likely in addition to have come into contact with the court of the deposed Genoese doge, Tommaso Fregoso, then situated above Sarzana in the fortress of Sarzanello.
On 17 October in Sarzana, Italy, Czerny's International Auction House is staging its most important sale to date.
Among those sent to Sarzana was Dante's close friend Guido Cavalcanti , who sadly contracted malaria and died as a result after his return to Florence.
We also have some very nice Asian names - Sarzana, Karangeet and Jagjeet.
terza impressione (Venice: Sarzana, 1630), observed that one of his poems had been set to music by Frescobaldi, "as he has done with many other of the Author's Compositions, since he is perfect in this Profession, as the world knows" (Hammond, Girolamo Frescobaldi: A Guide to Research, 4).