How to use Parma in a sentence
Smell training doesn’t come with harmful biological side effects, but it can induce frustration if it doesn’t work, Parma says.COVID-19 gave new urgency to the science of restoring smell | Laura Sanders | August 29, 2022 | Science News
The Cleveland Clinic employs more police officers than all but six cities in Ohio and is the third-largest police agency in Cuyahoga County, with more officers than the Cleveland suburb of Parma, which has 78,000 residents and covers 20 square miles.The Startling Reach and Disparate Impact of Cleveland Clinic’s Private Police Force | by David Armstrong | September 28, 2020 | ProPublica
Parma Ham Bundles At this time of year, it really pays to have a simple canapé-style recipe up your sleeve.
Battle of Parma, in Italy; the imperialists defeated by the French, and their general and 5,000 men killed.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
The diplomacy of the Prince of Parma was as fatal to the cause of freedom as the fires of Alva.Belgium | George W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond
In the campaign of 1734 he was one of the chief commanders on the French side, and he fought the battles of Parma and Guastalla.
But this comes of old fashions, and of wearing a long Liddesdale whinger instead of a poniard of Parma.The Fortunes of Nigel | Sir Walter Scott
He raised the lid of his box and showed her an enormous bunch of closely packed Parma violets.Happy House | Betsey Riddle, Freifrau von Hutten zum Stolzenberg
British Dictionary definitions for Parma
(Italian ˈparma) a city in N Italy, in Emilia-Romagna: capital of the duchy of Parma and Piacenza from 1545 until it became part of Italy in 1860; important food industry (esp Parmesan cheese). Pop: 163 457 (2001)
(ˈpɑːmə) a city in NE Ohio, south of Cleveland. Pop: 83 861 (2003 est)
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