a region of W central Italy, on the Tyrrhenian Sea: includes the plain of the lower Tiber, the reclaimed Pontine Marshes, and Campagna. Capital: Rome. Pop: 5 145 805 (2003 est)
the Italian name for Latium
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How to use Lazio in a sentence
In 2000, when Hillary Clinton was debating Rick Lazio in Buffalo, we all knew that she was only partially debating Lazio.How Red-State Democrats Can Throw Obama Under the Bus | Michael Tomasky | October 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
I covered Rick Lazio's losing campaign against Hillary in 2000.
“Romney is by far in the best position to prevail,” said Lazio.
Rick Lazio, a former Long Island congressman and co-chair of the breakfast, also noticed a reinvigorated Romney.
Be who you are, Rick Lazio once said to me, shortly before he spent months being exactly who he was not.What Mitt Romney Could Do to Make the GOP Like Him More | Michael Tomasky | December 3, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
The zone which supplies the maximum of crimes of violence is Lazio (Latium).Rome | Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker