noun, plural cor·ti·nae [kawr-tahy-nee, -tee-nahy]. /kɔrˈtaɪ ni, -ˈti naɪ/. Mycology.
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There is in consequence little agriculture and no cultivation of the vine in the immediate neighbourhood of Cortina.
From Tre Croci the beautiful road runs direct to Cortina down a rather steep incline.
Cortina lies in its valley like a white shell that has rolled down into a broad vase of malachite.
The art schools of Cortina are famous for their beautiful work in gold and silver filigree, and wood-inlaying.
When a stern necessity forces one to leave Cortina, there are several ways of departure.