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Ar·no

 (är′nō)
A river of central Italy rising in the northern Apennines and flowing about 240 km (150 mi) to the Ligurian Sea. Flooding of the Arno in 1966 caused severe damage to art treasures in Florence.
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Arno

(ˈɑːnəʊ)
n
(Placename) a river in central Italy, rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence to the Ligurian Sea. Length: about 240 km (150 miles)
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Ar•no

(ˈɑr noʊ)

n.
a river flowing W from central Italy to the Ligurian Sea. 140 mi. (225 km) long.
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Noun1.Arno - a river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian SeaArno - a river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian Sea
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
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"I want so to see the Arno. The rooms the Signora promised us in her letter would have looked over the Arno.
"Charlotte, you mustn't spoil me: of course, you must look over the Arno, too.
It gave Lucy the sensation of a fog, and when she reached her own room she opened the window and breathed the clean night air, thinking of the kind old man who had enabled her to see the lights dancing in the Arno and the cypresses of San Miniato, and the foot-hills of the Apennines, black against the rising moon.
(I suppose they are buried there, but it may be that they reside elsewhere and rent their tombs to other parties--such being the fashion in Italy,) and between times we used to go and stand on the bridges and admire the Arno. It is popular to admire the Arno.
Mark's column at Venice, and on the borders of the Arno at Florence, little imagining at the time that they would be arranged in order within the walls of the Chateau d'If.
Playing at Arnos Vale Stadium, rain twice interrupted the Windwards innings after they were sent in, before a third shower ended the contest prematurely with the home side perched on 48 for two in the 11th over.