[ahr-noh; for 2 also Italian ahr-naw]
- PeterCurtis Arnoux Peters, 1904–68, U.S. cartoonist and author.
- a river flowing W from central Italy to the Ligurian Sea. 140 miles (225 km) long.
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Examples from the Web for arno
If we change the tone in Washington,” says Arno, “I think we'd all be extremely happy.
“I think there's a lot of radical centrists out there,” says Arno.
I took a suite of rooms which looked out on the bank of the Arno.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
When we got back to the Arno we found she had been hit by shrapnel, but no damage.
Can this be stopped and Arno sent (to) Mercedes to water at once?
No amount of wishing will fill the Arno, as your people say, or turn a plum into an orange.Romola
At Florence, in 1304, on boats on the Arno, devils were represented at work.Folkways
William Graham Sumner
- a river in central Italy, rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence to the Ligurian Sea. Length: about 240 km (150 miles)
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