Calabrian


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Calabrian

(kəˈlæbrɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Calabria or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Calabria
Translations
calabrais
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By dint of leaping, climbing, gambolling amid the abysses of the gigantic cathedral he had become, in some sort, a monkey and a goat, like the Calabrian child who swims before he walks, and plays with the sea while still a babe.
He was a Calabrian by birth, and a worthy man morally, and he treated his slaves with great humanity.
Calabrian peasant named Coloni, born in 1753, lived so long that he
Yet this Catalan has eyes that glisten like those of the vengeful Spaniards, Sicilians, and Calabrians, and the other has fists big enough to crush an ox at one blow.
The motion to express distrust in the prime minister and thus in the whole cabient was launched by the murders of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee Martina Kusnirova and after Kuciak's unfinished story was published where he writes about the governing politicians' alleged ties with the Calabrian Mafia.
They are topped with a dressing that relies on a jarred condiment sold in Centrolina's market and elsewhere: crushed Calabrian chiles in oil, which are far less threatening than their fiery color and visible seeds suggest.
FOOTBALL CROTONE v CAGLIARI 2pm CROTONE manager Walter Zenga described last weekend's 3-0 victory against Verona as a muchneeded psychological boost and the Calabrian outfit can record back-to-back victories with a win against fellow relegation candidates Cagliari.
You would never associate liquorice with Italian food," says Gino, who discovered a taste for Calabrian liquorice while researching the book.
New York, in which spaghetti is perfectly cooked along with house-made ricotta and Calabrian chili.
Her actions greatly inspired students at a Calabrian high school, who on International Women's Day in 2012 praised her for her courage and for speaking out against the silence of "fear and shame.
The research -- mostly carried out by a group of researchers from the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING) -- also indicated that Greek Cypriots in particular appear to share some haplotypes, or DNA signatures, with Calabrian Italians and Albanians, while Lebanese patrilineages also appear to be very close to those of both communities.
is modern and fresh, exuberant and assertive; its citrus opening-white Calabrian bergamot with freesia and tea