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Guido Corbelli Guido Corbelli was manager of Cosenza, Mestrina and Forlì.
Luigi Di Franco At the end of the war, in 1945, Di Franco signed with Mestrina, which was playing in the Serie B. However, at the end of the 1946–47 season, they were relegated to Serie C. Luigi Di Franco stayed with Mestrina until 1949.
Vincenzo de Vit Vincenzo de Vit (b. Mestrina, near Padua, 10 July 1810; d. Domodossola, 17 August 1892) was an Italian Latin scholar and historian of Ancient Rome.
Colleferro Calcio 1937 The season 1954/55 saw Colleferro winning the "Amateur Championship" (Fourth Division rebranded as Serie D) beating Mestrina after two repeats held at Stadio Flaminio in Rome. That same year, managed by Masetti, Bpd Colleferro was back in Serie C, overcoming Siena in two legged games which saw 2,000 Colleferro fans travelling to Tuscany.
ARA Comodoro Rivadavia (Q-11) "Comodoro Rivadavia" was built by Mestrina shipyard in Tigre, Buenos Aires and commissioned into the Argentine Navy in December 1974. She was the second navy ship to be named upon the city of Comodoro Rivadavia which in turn is named after sailor , country's first Navy Minister (charge now succeeded by the Minister of Defense) and grandson of President Bernardino Rivadavia.
Maria Caterina Negri From the autumn of 1733 until the summer of 1737, she sang with Handel's Italian opera company in London, first at the King's Theatre and then at the Theatre Royal, where as "seconda donna" she appeared in numerous operas, oratorios, and "feste teatrali". She then returned to Italy where she continued to perform and also sang in Lisbon in January 1740. Her last known performance was in Bologna in August 1744 in "Gli sponsali di Enea" by Lorenzo Gibelli. After that all trace of her disappeared. Her date of death is unknown. According to musicologist Giovanni Andrea Sechi, one of Anton Maria Zanetti's drawings of a female singer "en travesti" and labelled by him as "La Negri" is in all probability a portrait of her and not of the soprano Antonia Negri Tomii (known as "La Mestrina ") as previously thought.