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maremma

(məˈrɛmə)
n, pl -me (-miː)
(Physical Geography) a marshy unhealthy region near the shore, esp in Italy
[C19: from Italian, from Latin maritima maritime]

maremma

a marshy region adjoining the seashore.
See also: Sea
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Germain;' `ten, fifteen, or twenty thieves, have been arrested in a cafe on the Boulevard du Temple, or in the Thermes de Julien,' -- and yet these same men deny the existence of the bandits in the Maremma, the Campagna di Romana, or the Pontine Marshes.
MAREMMA A Horse tail B Seaside marshland C Butter-like substance made from nut oil who am I?
Tenders are invited for Construction of metal road from chagi narasamma narasayya scholl road through maremma temple towards shanti nagar road in ward no 10 in siruguppa
The Ornellaia estate rests in the coastal Maremma region, once a malarial swamp that killed artist Caravaggio.
Clare also meets Roberto Palozzi and his Maremma sheepdog - a working breed that also shows at Crufts.
The day's theme is Me and My Dog, with a special feature on status dogs, which includes Roberto Palozzi and his maremma sheepdog.
acuerdate de mi, soy Pia; / Siena me hizo y me deshizo Maremma: / bien lo sabe / el que me desposo con su gema".
His contact is [emailprotected]AIRPORT AMBIANCE: A visit to JKIA, Robin Maremma says, left a sour taste in his mouth.
The Maremma Sheepdog is an ancient Italian breed well known in ancient Rome for their guardian ability.
"My boyfriend is from the northern part of the Maremma, Tuscany's rugged coast, and he introduced me to this nose-to-tail restaurant in the medieval village of Montemerano, which started as a wine bar in the 1970s.
Therapeutic tourism is very famous in this area, where the springs are believed to be made by the gods in the legend of Maremma, taken from the mythology of old Italy, and were well-known by the Etruscans and Romans.