Abruzzi


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A·bruz·zo

 (ä-bro͞ot′sō, ə-) also A·bruz·zi (-sē)
A region of central Italy bordering on the Adriatic Sea. Mostly mountainous, it includes Mount Corno, the highest peak of the Apennines.

Abruzzi

(Italian aˈbruttsi) or

Abruzzo

n
(Placename) a region of S central Italy, between the Apennines and the Adriatic. Capital: Aquila. Pop: 1 273 284 (2003 est). Area: 10 794 sq km (4210 sq miles)

A•bruz•zi

(əˈbrut si)

n.
a region in central Italy, on the Adriatic. 1,263,000; 4168 sq. mi. (10,794 sq. km).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Abruzzi - a mountainous region of central Italy on the AdriaticAbruzzi - a mountainous region of central Italy on the Adriatic
Italia, Italian Republic, Italy - a republic in southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula; was the core of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire between the 4th century BC and the 5th century AD
Aquila degli Abruzzi, L'Aquila, Aquila - the provincial capital of the Abruzzi region in central Italy
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127} Sandals such as Eumaeus was making are still worn in the Abruzzi and elsewhere.
Participating wineries, breweries, and distilleries include: 90+ Cellars, Abruzzi Wine Company, Breakthru Beverage, Constellation Wines, Ole Smoky Moonshine, Tantika Wines, Pollyanna Brewing Company, Southwest Spirits & Wines, and FEW Spirits.
He expressed his happiness on the long relationship between Italy and Pakistan spanning over 100 years since 1909 when the first Italian scientific expedition reached the base camp of K2 led by the Duke of Abruzzi.
Abruzzi route was scaled by the Korean, Serbian, Norwegian and Spanish terms.
Guest soloist Garfield Jackson's viola played the part of Harold, the narrator and observer, experiencing the country without getting directly involved, but it was the wonderfully descriptive music of the composer which took us from the heights of the Abruzzi Mountains to the riotous hellraising in the finale.
s shot of a forest in the Abruzzi Mountains Photo: David Anthony Hall
Fraser later learned from intelligence that his torpedo had ripped 40ft off the bottom of the cruiser Abruzzi, which took no more part in the war against the Allies.
The attack was made at extreme operating range, so Fraser was not able to wait to see the result, but he later learned from intelligence that his torpedo had ripped 40ft off the bottom of the cruiser Abruzzi, which took no more part in the war against the Allies.
Spiced with warm reminiscences and almost-edible photos, the book includes lovingly detailed recipes from all over Italy--Farro Soup from the Abruzzi, mint-infused Stuffed Eggplant from Sicily, Calabrian Baked Pasta Casserole, Risotto with Radicchio from the Veneto, Neapolitan Potato Pie.
Born in Abruzzi, Italy, he was the son of the late Antonio and Santina (D'Olimpio) Sabatini and was educated in Italy.
Southfield Theatre is likely to run well, too, but at a big price I reckon it could be worth chancing the bottom weight Abruzzi, who comes from a stable in red-hot form and is not at all badly handicapped on his two most recent efforts.
He truly regrets not going to the Abruzzi because he knows that, among all the places he visited, there was none "where it was clear cold and dry" and "the peasants took off their hats and called you Lord and there was good hunting.