Sicanian

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Sicanian

(sɪˈkeɪnɪən)
adj
(Peoples) another word for Sicilian
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Contract notice: Promotion services and environmental certification of the territorial area of the district of sicani mountains under the project culture and naturambiente: traveling between mountain valleys of sicily inside me.
Compettiton WIN a meal for two at Carluccio's Aberdeen TO celebrate the launch of Carluccio's Aberdeen, we are offering readers the chance to win a three course meal for two people, with a bottle Sicani wine to share.
Scientists from the University of Palermo in Sicily studied people living in five villages in the island's Sicani Mountains region.
The three-course pounds 25 Valentine menu includes a choice of either red or white Sicilian Sicani wine.
A large glass of Sicilian Sicani wine is just pounds 3.
In the southern area of the Sicani mountains, bay laurel woodlands shows a marked forest potential, suggesting the species might have been more widespread in the past, before the destruction of the original primary communities to obtain areas for cultivation.