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SZA stands for Sarzana (gang)

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There is an especially interesting occurrence in a sample from the Fornace Filippi locality (in Appendices 1 & 2, cited as part of the Sarzana flora) in the late Miocene of northwestern Italy, where 1tea pollen makes up over 12 % of a palynoflora dominated by Taxodium-type pollen (>34 %).
Sep 8, 2011 Canadian flight simulator provider CAE delivered a suite of AgustaWestland EH101 training simulators to Marina Militare Italiana's (MMI) Luni air base in Sarzana, Italy.
When Alderigo degli Antelminelli, for instance, betrayed the Lucchese lands round Sarzana to Bernabo Visconti, Bernabo made him viscount of those lands.
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).
Rather, it seems to allude to a well-known literary antecedent, Guido Cavalcanti's so-called exile ballata, with the incipit "Perch'i' no spero di tornar giammai, / ballatetta, in Toscana"--a lyric that itself, despite its apparent allusion to exile, has been shown to predate Cavalcanti's brief banishment to Sarzana.
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).