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Citizens United for Renewable Energy and Sustainability

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California Utilization Review and Evaluation System

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Center for Urban Resilience and Environmental Sustainability

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Chennai Urban Rural Epidemiological Study

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Coalition for Urban and Rural Environmental Stewardship

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Coalition for Urban Rural Environmental Stewardship

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Cures
Cures, a Sabine town between the left bank of the Tiber and the Via Salaria, about 26 miles from Rome. Its remains are located in the modern community of Fara in Sabina, Italy. According to legend, it was from Cures that Titus Tatius led to the Quirinal the Sabine settlers, from whom, after their union with the settlers on the Palatine, the whole Roman people took the name Quirites. It was also renowned as the birthplace of Ancient Rome's second king Numa Pompilius. According to Livy, Numa Pompilius resided in Cures immediately prior to his election as king. Its importance among the Sabines at an early period is indicated by the fact that its territory is often called simply ager Sabinus. At the beginning of the imperial period it is spoken of as an unimportant place, but seems to have risen to greater prosperity in the 2nd century. It appears as the seat of a bishop in the 5th century, but seems to have been destroyed by the Lombards in 589 AD. The site consists of a hill with two summits, round the base of which runs the Fosso Corese: the western summit was occupied by the necropolis, the eastern by the citadel, and the lower ground between the two by the city itself. Excavations from 1874 up until 1877 revealed a temple, forum, baths, etc.

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