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transalpine

situated in or relating to places beyond the Alps, esp from Italy
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I remain part of the Transalpine Redemptorists, rather than part of Father Michael's projected new community.
The Bernina line, finished in 1910, added another 144 bridges along with 42 tunnels and is one of the highest and steepest transalpine railways.
But they failed to fully put away an Italy side who have always struggled in these transalpine clashes.
Only by engaging and defeating the mountain tribes of the Helvetii on their own territory was Caesar able to secure the transalpine routes which would enable Rome to reinforce and resupply her legions to the north.
After encountering Pierre Puvis de Chavannes's painting, Hodler sloughed off the influence of Courbet's realism, fashioning his own somnolent-poetical transalpine style, epitomized by Die Nacht, 1889-90, a highlight of the Kunstmuseum Bern's permanent collection.
111) The opening expression in this passage would seem to suggest a grandiose claim that the exiles' cause may eventually find support even in transalpine governments.
Next to Joseph, among the transalpine foliage, a castle surmounts a crag, as in the landscapes of Durer and the Elder Cranach.
of Missouri-Columbia) concentrates primarily on the elite or high culture of both Italy and transalpine Europe from the early 14th century to the early 17th.
The JVs, with the 50% partner on the German side now being BP, have included the Transalpine (TAL) and South European pipelines, and an olefins complex.
In standard language, our two prefixes serve to locate the referent of the head noun of a noun phrase with respect to the referent of the base of the prefixed adjective, which is conceptualized as a frontier: cisalpine region, for example, means 'region located on this side of the Alps' (from the point of view of the speaker/writer), while transalpine region means 'region located on the other side of the Alps.
But one group betrayed Catiline--the Allobroges, a Gallic tribe whose territory formed the northernmost portion of the Roman province of Transalpine Gaul.
6) "My most pleasing transalpine solitude" (Ariani, fig.