Sicanian

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Sicanian

(sɪˈkeɪnɪən)
adj
(Peoples) another word for Sicilian
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Starting from these premises, the purpose of this work is to verify the possibility of applying the Criteria & Indicators of the PEFC certificate, by comparing two public owned forests in the Sicilian territory: the woods of the Bivona municipality (AG), located on the Sicani Mountains and a forest area on the Madonie Mountains (PA).
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 3.50.
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.
Adult hampers come with the all-important bottle of white or red Sicani wine and mineral water, whilst each children's picnic includes a glass of fresh juice.