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Taormina

[tah-awr-mee-nah] /ˌtɑ ɔrˈmi nɑ/
noun
1.
a resort commune in Messina, in E Sicily, Italy: Roman remains.
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  • Then we accompanied them to the station and saw them off for Taormina.

    Castellinaria Henry Festing Jones
  • Then Taormina turns in bed, stirs luxuriously, yawns, and gets busy.

    Vistas in Sicily Arthur Stanley Riggs
  • I have received a message from Garibaldi, ordering me to move to Taormina, on the sea-coast.

    Out with Garibaldi G. A. Henty
  • She will further recollect assenting to my suggestion of a villa at Taormina.

    The Sixth Sense

    Stephen McKenna
  • The blue of ocean, the white of Etna, the gray of Taormina—this is the scene.

    Heart of Man George Edward Woodberry
  • I have learned now that Taormina is famous for these marbles.

    Heart of Man George Edward Woodberry
  • Not only with brave deeds did Taormina begin, but, as a city should, with a great man.

    Heart of Man George Edward Woodberry
  • The Saracens were in the land, and every city had fallen except Syracuse and Taormina.

    Heart of Man George Edward Woodberry
  • And here I shut in my pages the one laurel leaf that Taormina bore.

    Heart of Man George Edward Woodberry
  • Return with it to Taormina and give it secretly to the boy Tato, who will bring it to me.

    Aunt Jane's Nieces Abroad

    Edith Van Dyne

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