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Ricci Tensors and Wine in Lugo di Romagna and Padova, Italy

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De Marchi, S., Andreatta, . Ricci Tensors and Wine in Lugo di Romagna and Padova, Italy. Math Intelligencer 39, 56–60 (2017).

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