a seaport in NE Sicily.
Strait of, a strait between Sicily and Italy. 2½ miles (4 km) wide.
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How to use Messina in a sentence
In her mind she had an idea of what she wanted and in her mind I think it was Chris Messina.Inside the Mind of The Mindy Project’s Resident Weirdo, Ike Barinholtz | Kevin Fallon | September 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Chris Messina did such great work this year making a curmudgeon charming on The Mindy Project.
A Northport, Long Island native, Messina discovered theater in high school.
In person, Messina is a bit like Danny, minus the curmudgeon qualities.
Now, not only do people recognize Messina, they stop him on the street and demand that he answer for his characters.
Messina elected him time after time for its deputy, to have the election quashed as often by the Moderates in the Chamber.The Life of Mazzini | Bolton King
You could not have known there would be an earthquake in Messina.
Only once before had he ever approached an Englishman, and that was at Messina.
She gave information about the carbonajo, who was arrested in Messina.
They continued the journey by boat from Milazzo to Messina, where he arrived on the 30th.
British Dictionary definitions for Messina
a port in NE Sicily, on the Strait of Messina : colonized by Greeks around 730 bc; under Spanish rule (1282–1676 and 1678–1713); university (1549). Pop: 252 026 (2001)
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