Words nearby Pavia
How to use Pavia in a sentence
Bishop Ennodius of Pavia spoke of the “filth” that Theoderic “washed away from the greater part of Italy,” leaving Rome, as it emerged from “the ashes,” “living again.”Rome Didn't Fall When You Think It Did. Here's Why That Fabricated History Still Matters Today|Edward J. Watts|October 6, 2021|Time
Pavia’s team continues to wear masks and eye protection, and takes the same precautions with patients.
Pavia said he hasn’t had a real haircut in a year “and it shows.”
At Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital, where Pavia is director of hospital epidemiology, his team is 100 percent vaccinated, but not everyone else is.
Although Christopher's father was only a poor wool comber, he managed to send his son to school at Pavia (pah-vea).The Story of the Thirteen Colonies|H. A. (Hlne Adeline) Guerber
Turner was acquainted with it: "Ryse groweth plentuously in watery myddowes between Myllane and Pavia."The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare|Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
He had been a prisoner at Pavia with the King, and his life had been spent in the camp and the court.The Stones of Paris in History and Letters, Volume I (of 2)|Benjamin Ellis Martin
Pavia, thirty odd kilometres south of Milan, was ever a rival of the greater city of to-day.
Pavias Certosa, on the road from Milan to Pavia, is its chief architectural splendour.