paesano


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paesano

[pī′zä·nō]
(meteorology)
A northerly night breeze, blowing down from the mountains, of Lake Garda in Italy.
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3) See for example Bondanella (159), Di Biagi (La Roma di Fellini 78), and Paesano (qtd.
Peter Paesano, 71, retired, Bedlington: Marrying a rich woman and living in luxury would be my dream job.
Anthony Paesano, Attorney (248) -932-1101 30665 Northwestern Hwy.
Canzona, intermezzo, et danza paesano, pour guitare solo.
Dario Paesano, export manager of Birra Peroni, UK adds:"Say goodbye to the wines and the popping of champagne corks by stocking Nastro Azzurro four-packs and/or cases instead.
Da quella disparita maggiormente avvilito il Paesano sta ciecamente soggetto al loro volere, et ogn'uno ch'ebbe in concessione, o ad affitto una villa era solito disponer intieramente dei villici d'essa.
Company spokesman Geno Paesano also told me there is a Rodeo Heritage model in the form of a 4 3/4-inch .
Ikaia-Purdy is an impressive artist with a physique that, while not quite that of a lovelorn paesano, is at least one for which Turidd?
And yet, as a paesano, Vincenzo Saccoccia, whom we viewed as a wit and wise man, said, somewhat settling that account: la grascia e piu brutta della carestia, ma io voglio stare in mezzo alla grascia [abundance is more terrible than famine, but I want to be in the midst of abundance].
Officials said Joe Paesano and Reanna Stoddard were at the EZ 8 Motel at 43530 17th St.
com) will host the first Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony together with the grand opening of Paesano Ristorante, the first restaurant to operate in Little Italy San Jose, Sunday, December 5th, 2010.