Italy definition

Italy means the Italian Republic and includes any area beyond the territorial waters which is designated as an area within which Italy, in compliance with its legislation and in conformity with the International Law, exercises sovereign rights in respect of the exploration and exploitation of the natural resources of the seabed, the subsoil and the superjacent waters;
Italy means the Italian Republic;
Italy means the Republic of Italy.

Examples of Italy in a sentence

  • For each project 1 short-term stay (up to 10 days) and 1 long-term stay (up to 30 days) in Italy and 1 short- term stay (up to 10 days) and 1 long-term stay (up to 30 days) in South Africa may be financed yearly.

  • The launching workshop will be held in Italy (date will be communicated during the awarding process) and the closing workshop in South Africa (preferably before end March 2021).

  • Principal Investigators shall have Italian or any other EU nationality and legal residence in Italy.

  • Italy: The Italian Principal Investigators must submit their proposals exclusively through the ad-hoc online platform: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xx/pgr/sviluppo.

  • Additional partners (including postdoctoral researchers) based in Italy and/or in South Africa can also participate in the consortia.


More Definitions of Italy

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Italy the Republic of Italy and any governmental subdivision thereof.
Italy means the Italian Republic and includes the zones outside the territorial sea of Italy and in particular the seabed and subsoil adjacent to the territory of the Italian peninsula and islands and situated outside the territorial sea up to the limit provided for under Italian laws allowing exploration of the natural resources of such zones;
Italy. A New Language for a New Politics?” Journal of Modern Italian Studies(2): 3: 337–57. XXXXXX, XXXXXX, AND XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXX XXXXXXX. 2017. “The Conduct of History in International Rela- tions: Rethinking Philosophy of History in IR Theory.” International Theory 9 (2): 203–36. ———. 2018. “Why is There no Reactionary International Theory?” International Studies Quarterly 62 (2): 234–44.
Italy means the Republic of Italy and all of its territories or possessions.
Italy means the Republic of Italy and, when used in a geographical sense, means the land territory of the Republic of Italy, including inland waters, and the air space, the territorial sea thereof and any maritime area beyond the territorial sea within which the Republic of Italy may exercise sovereign rights or jurisdiction in accordance with international law.
Italy means the Italian Republic and includes any area beyond the territorial waters of Italy which, in accordance with the laws of Italy concerning the exploration and exploitation of natural resources, may be designated as an area within which the rights of Italy with respect to the sea bed and sub-soil and their natural resources may be exercised;