Neapolitan

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Neapolitan

1. a native or inhabitant of Naples
2. of or relating to Naples
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If the manager could have filled his theatre with Neapolitan souls alone, without the bodies, he could not have cleared less than ninety millions of dollars.
And I had stolen nothing, mark you, but only borrowed a revolver from a drawer in the Count's desk, with one or two trifling accessories; for by this time I had the measure of these damned Neapolitans.
That thing is so thoroughly Neapolitan, and I never heard it on a London organ before.
I only wish you were not, for there's nothing I should enjoy more than taking on another Neapolitan or two.
The cart must be tastefully ornamented; and if you and I dress ourselves as Neapolitan reapers, we may get up a striking tableau, after the manner of that splendid picture by Leopold Robert.
Every dialect from Labrador to Long Island, with Portuguese, Neapolitan, Lingua Franca, French, and Gaelic, with songs and shoutings and new oaths, rattled round him, and he seemed to be the butt of it all.
I am honoured, like all Italians and Neapolitans are… pizzahas centuries of history," he said.
A soft and juicy centre is why Neapolitans often fold their pizzas while eating them on the go.
That was the beginning of the story of how Neapolitan song gradually ceased to be the property of Neapolitans alone; although they remain to this day (a mystery still waiting to be explained) the only Italians who can identify and be proud of a rich and substantial regional musical tradition.
Neapolitans have long insisted that pizza originated in their fair city and have even requested that the dish be added to UNESCO's "intangible cultural heritage" list.
The Neapolitans say their pizzas are the best in Italy.
Marino observes the resentment of the Neapolitans to increased taxes and a marginalization of those not attached to the occupation government.