Tirolese


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Tirolese

(ˌtɪrəˈliːz)
adj, n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Tyrolese
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The five movements featured solo instruments and sections in turn with plenty of colourful percussion and the orchestra had fun, not least with a yodelling Tirolese.
When Gaenswein and Ratzinger craved food with roots closer to their native Germany, they headed to Cantina Tirolese, a restaurant at Via Vitelleschi 23 serving dishes from Italy's Alpine South Tyrol region and Austria.
Cortina's Austrian-Italian influenced, often violent, history is apparent through its chalets, WWI remnants, the 1956 Olympic bobsleigh Eugenio Monti track and Tirolese style palace.
He intended to stay at the same mountain resort as the Shades and to surprise them with a "sudden emergence in Tirolese garb from behind a boulder" (141).
La pastorella delle alpi," labeled tirolese, has a musically simulated yodel.
But it does underscore the complexity of motives behind the Anabaptist movement: clearly Tirolese Anabaptists had much to lose for their convictions, both financially and in terms of separation from their children and families.
Intervento pubblico ed iniziative collecttive nella transformazione del sistema agricola tirolese tra settecentos e novecento.
che qualche Tirolese aveva fatto la pelle), tambien en funcion de experiente (ej.
che qualche tirolese gli aveva fatto la pelle(en Fontana y Pieretti, 1980: 217);
In contrast to neighboring territories, many of the Tirolese peasant farmers were freeholders, not under the direct control of landholding nobles or other political and religious authorities.