Almost as soon as the last Southern king fled into exile, a guerrilla movement took form among the peasants of Sicily.
When Nicolo retired and moved home to Siracusa, Sicily, he brought the paintings with him.
As in The Sopranos, the DeCavalcante family recruited a new arrival from Sicily.
Maria Grazia Treccanchi, from Sicily, was celebrating her 50th birthday.
The U.S. base at Sigonella in Sicily is one obvious choice.
In Sicily things seem to have turned round; the European holds the eastern, the Asiatic holds the western coast.
Mr. Jackson at breakfast with an old acquaintance from Sicily.
So sharp a look-out was kept by the British fleet, that it was impossible to obtain intelligence from Sicily.
Here a license is necessary only for tobacco, salt being free in Sicily.
I recently saw a plantation in Sicily, of which the product was exported to America.
island off the southwest tip of Italy, from Latin Sicilia, from Greek Sikelia, from Sikeloi (plural) "Sicilians," from the name of an ancient people living along the Tiber, whence part of them emigrated to the island that was thereafter named for them. The Greeks distinguished Sikeliotes "a Greek colonist in Sicily" from Sikelos "a native Sicilian." Related: Sicilian.