Tuscan


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Tuscan

1. of or relating to Tuscany, its inhabitants, or their dialect of Italian
2. of, denoting, or relating to one of the five classical orders of architecture: characterized by a column with an unfluted shaft and a capital and base with mouldings but no decoration
3. a native or inhabitant of Tuscany
4. any of the dialects of Italian spoken in Tuscany, esp the dialect of Florence: the standard form of Italian
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Active since the late 90s, the Accademia Italiana di Cucina Pandolfini has always been interested in studying, preserving and teaching Tuscan and Italian culinary heritages.
The purchase price for Tuscan Path will be approximately USD 18m.
Il Borro in Tuscany is an estate stretching over 700 hectares, with a medieval village having been converted into a five-star Relais and Chateaux resort in which the Tuscan Bistro is located.
It's a Tuscan estate that was a medieval village and is now a resort with a restaurant, Tuscan Bistro, which puts biodynamic produce from the estate onto diners' plates - as will happen in Dubai, too, we're told.
But the recipes devised by the Brio Tuscan Grille team are excellent.
The Tuscan Edition treatment will be limited to Enclave Leather and Premium trims.
Chapter 2 (L'eta dei Visconti e degli Sforza) highlights the diffusion of Tuscan literature and language, to which Milan adheres more slowly than other cities in Lombardy.
It is also relatively cheap for a quality Super Tuscan.
Turkey is one of the key international markets of Emr, where the company has handed over homes in its first integrated community, Tuscan Valley Houses.
First, I give a brief background of the linguistic make-up of Lombardy in the Tre- and Quattrocento and the presence of Tuscan there, then move briefly to Giovannino da Dugnano.
For typical Tuscan food, try Ristorante & Enoteca L'Artilafo (+39 050 27 010), only open for dinner.
SIR MARK PRESCOTT yesterday ruled one in and one out of the Autumn Double, as the Newmarket trainer said Tuscan Gold was on target for the Cesarewitch but that Tenby Lady would not contest the Cambridgeshire, writes David Milnes.