Joined Forza Italia

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Italian Socialist Party - History - Diaspora
... Between 1994 and 1996, many former Socialists joined Forza Italia, as did Giulio Tremonti, Franco Frattini, Massimo Baldini and Luigi Cesaro ... A number of Socialist members and voters joined Forza Italia, a centre-right party, while others joined the DS and Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy (DL) ... The Socialists who joined Forza Italia include Giulio Tremonti, Franco Frattini, Fabrizio Cicchitto, Renato Brunetta, Amalia Sartori, Francesco Musotto, Margherita Boniver, Francesco Colucci, Raffaele ...
Aston Martin One-77 - In Video Games
... The One-77 appears in a variety of video games including Forza Motorsport 3, Forza Horizon and Forza Motorsport 4, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit in both ...
Turn 10 Studios - Games Developed
... Forza — Sega Saturn, Playstation, PC (1997) Forza 2000 — Playstation, Dreamcast, PC (2000) Forza Motorsport — Xbox (2005) Forza Motorsport 2 — Xbox 360 (2007) Forza Motorsport 3 — Xbox 360 (2009 ...
... Forza in the Italian language means "force" and "strength" ... It may also refer to Forza Italia, an Italian political party Forza Motorsport, a series of video games for Xbox consoles Forza Motorsport, Original game (Xbox) Forza Motorsport 2, Second game in the series (Xbox 360 ...
Forza D'Agrò
... Forza d'Agrò is an Italian town and comune in Sicily, part of the Province of Messina ... Forza d'Agrò is on the lower peak of a small mountain, while on the higher peak that overlooks the town are the remains of a Norman castle ... Due to this lack of recent development, Forza d'Agrò has featured as the backdrop in a number of films, such as The Godfather trilogy ...

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    when such bodies join
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