Rialto

The Rialto is and has been for many centuries the financial and commercial centre of Venice. It is an area of the San Polo sestiere of Venice, Italy, also known for its markets and for the Rialto Bridge across the Grand Canal. The area was settled by the ninth century, when a small area in the middle of the Realtine Islands on either side of the R...
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Rialto

(from the article `Venice`) ...7th century, when migrants from the mainland swelled existing fishing communities on the higher mudflats and sandbanks. Among these early ...
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Rialto

[Metrolink station] The station is owned by the City of Rialto, and was designed as a replica of the former 1888-built Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway frame-built structure. Omnitrans does not directly serve the station, but route #22 serves Rialto and Riverside a short block away, and route #15 serves Riverside and Merril, three bloc...
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Rialto

[programming] Rialto is an open source javascript library for using in browsers. The name is created after a Rich Internet AppLication Toolkit. The library provides user interface widgets, has drag and drop capabilities, Ajax communication. Recently a support for GWT was introduced. There is also additional official support for these server...
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Rialto

Rialto, city (1990 pop. 72,388), San Bernardino co., S Calif., a residential suburb of San Bernardino; inc. 1911. The city has greatly expanded as a result of the economic and demographic growth of the southern California area. Manufactures include food and beverages, fabricated structural metal, tr...
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