The film played in the historic sala grande on the lido, which is an 1,100-seat theater—a very formal screening with a full house.
The Balenciaga was from the 60s and [Elizabeth] Taylor wore it for dinner at the lido with Richard Burton.
Jacques and Marguerite agreed for once to take a real holiday and spent the whole of September in Venice, at the lido.
Who, finding that every poolside chair on the lido deck is occupied, could disagree?
We take our boat to the lido where were transfer by car to the red carpet.
One can wander for miles along the lido on the Adriatic side.
That was to come by-and-by for both of us in Venice, from the outer shore of lido.
A trait, after the manner of the find in the lido, forces itself upon me here.
That was to come by and by for both of us in Venice, from the outer shore of lido.
The lido fort fired on her and killed her commander, Langier.
famous resort island off Venice, from Italian lido, from Latin litus "shore."
An input language for the attribute evaluator generator LIGA (a successor of GAG and a subsystem of the Eli compiler-compiler). LIDO is derived from GAG's input language ALADIN.
["LIDO: A Specification Language for Attribute Grammars", U. Kastens