Cagliari

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Ca·glia·ri

 (käl′yə-rē′)
A city of Sardinia, Italy, on the southern coast on the Gulf of Cagliari, an inlet of the Mediterranean Sea. The city was taken by the Romans in 238 bc.

Cagliari

(kælˈjɑːrɪ; Italian kaʎˈʎari)
n
(Placename) a port in Italy, the capital of Sardinia, on the S coast. Pop: 164 249 (2001)

Cagliari

(Italian kaʎˈʎari)
n
(Biography) Paolo (ˈpaːolo). original name of (Paolo) Veronese

Ca•glia•ri

(ˈkɑl yə ri)

n.
a seaport in S Sardinia. 221,790.
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It was brought out by an independent publishing house based in Casteddu, Condaghes, which has pioneered the publication of novels, short stories, and poetry in Sardinian.
Accussi stu gran focu s'avicina Ca vinni a circundari lu casteddu Tempu dui iorni tra sira e matina; E comu vinni stu focu ribeddu E scinneru li pezzi e li cannuni E tutta Tarmaria di lu Casteddu Tutta la robba nisceru a fruxuni E ntra lu chianu so si ripustau E pri stu focu veloci drauni; E pri bona vintura si ci asciau Chista Turri ch'e di Don Lorenzu Ca tutti li spagnoli l'alluggiau
One of 16 British or Irish winners by the 1992 Beeswing Stakes winner Casteddu, a lightly used son of Efisio, Cosmic Case is a sister to Italian winner Juan Dolio out of an unplaced point-to-pointer.
OVER at HM's racecourse Alan Munro is also racking up the sovereigns with an Ascot treble on Always Friendly (H Candy) in the Princess Royal, Magic Ring (P Cole) in the Cornwallis and Casteddu for Pip Payne in the Hyperion.
Payne's best horses were Night Prospector, winner of the 2004 Group 2 Temple Stakes, run at Epsom; Nice One Clare, who completed the Group 2 Diadem Stakes/Wokingham double in 2001; Ya Malak, runner-up in the 1995 Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes before dead-heating in the same race for David Nicholls two years later; Casteddu, winner of the valuable Racecall Gold Trophy at Redcar in 1991; Raise A Grand and Medaille D'Or.
Another forward youngster may be Effandemm, while we have a 20,000 guineas Casteddu colt which catches the eye.
notable winners: Casteddu (Gr3), Pips Pride (Phoenix S.
However, there are occasions when the results are just true indications of a stallion's ability, as in the case of Efisio, whose son Casteddu was an early example of his ability to sire talented runners from a low fee.