a seaport in and the capital of Sicily, in the NW part.
- Pa·ler·mi·tan [puh-lur-mi-tn, -lair-], /pəˈlɜr mɪ tn, -ˈlɛər-/, adjective, noun
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How to use Palermo in a sentence
Of the first 47 attempts Palermo and his colleagues in Brussels made with this approach, 38 eggs remained intact after the injection, 31 were fertilized and 15 grew to embryos that could be transferred to a uterus.Solving mysteries of reproduction helped make parenthood possible for millions | Robin Marantz Henig | June 9, 2021 | Science News
Espresso breaks are common in Palermo, especially at the elegant, old world Antico Caffe Spinnato.
In 2011, my cousin, Andrew Droz Palermo, and I hatched a plan to collaborate on a documentary.Filming a Beautiful Town in Decay: ‘Rich Hill’ and the Elusive American Dream | Tracy Droz Tragos | July 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
And Olivia Palermo weds in three-piece Carolina Herrera ensemble.Sky Ferreira Defends Terry Richardson; Angel Haze & Ireland Baldwin Confirm Relationship | The Fashion Beast Team | June 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Verne Club is a hip, steampunky cocktail club in Palermo Soho inspired by, you guessed it, Jules Verne.
We're standing in a dark, closet-sized antechamber just off a quiet street in Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires.
The two friends were to sail from Cefalu upon a Tunisian corn-ship, that made Palermo on her homeward voyage.
All around Palermo spread the tents, bright pavilions of silk with broad pennons above, whipping the slow south wind.
The gossips at Palermo bandied the tale about, almost before those concerned in it knew it themselves.
Musa tells me I am still as beautiful as at Palermo, and I hope in your eyes also this will prove true.
At Palermo you boasted you loved to talk with a foe over two sword-blades; Syrian nard softens your courage and your arm.
British Dictionary definitions for Palermo
the capital of Sicily, on the NW coast: founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century bc Pop: 686 722 (2001)
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Cultural definitions for Palermo
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