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Brindisi

[ brin-duh-zee; Italian breen-dee-zee ]

noun

  1. an Adriatic seaport in SE Apulia, in SE Italy: important Roman city and naval station.


Brindisi

/ ˈbrindizi /

noun

  1. a port in SE Italy, in SE Apulia: important naval base in Roman times and a centre of the Crusades in the Middle Ages. Pop: 89 081 (2001) Ancient nameBrundisium


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Brindisi’s seat will remain vacant Sunday and will likely remain so for weeks to come.

Brindisi, who tried to fight back against the charge, is down by more than 10 points, according to the Associated Press, though his race hasn’t been called.

The Brindisi bomb amounted to three gas-grill-style canisters and a simple timer.

They are moving people to Sicily, Bari, and Brindisi, but not fast enough.

The chief importance of Brindisi is due to its position as a starting-point for the East.

The word bronze was derived, it is said, from Brundusinum or Brindisi, a town which was famous for its bronze workers.

Brindisi has usually been considered a mere way station on the travellers itinerary, where he changes train for boat.

One day's journey to Brindisi, on the sea-coast, containing about ten Jews, who are dyers.

By the time he reached Brindisi he had recovered his lost weight, and added to it, by many pounds.

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