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mezzaluna

mez·za·lu·na

 (mĕt′sə-lo͞o′nə)
n.
A curved steel blade, often with a vertical handle at each end, used to chop food.

[Italian, crescent, mezzaluna : mezza, feminine of mezzo, half (from Latin medius; see medhyo- in Indo-European roots) + luna, moon (from Latin lūna; see leuk- in Indo-European roots).]

mezzaluna

(ˌmɛtsəˈluːnə)
n
(Cookery) a kitchen chopper shaped like a half-moon and having a handle at each end
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The dreamy mezzalunas break up all those hard lines, all those right angles, giving the impression that each room reaches into the lush mountains or the azure sea.
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The takeout menu offers items such as Pork Loin sandwiches, Albacore Tuna & Caper Salads, Spinach & Kalamata Olive Pizzas, and Applewood Smoked Bacon & Tomato Mezzalunas.