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- proper n. A large peninsula in Southern Europe protruding into the Mediterranean Sea and shaped like a boot. The mountain range of Apennines runs across it from north to south. Occupied by Italy.
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-- Finland, Scandinavia, Scotland, and Ireland, and the region of the Alps. Besides this lake region, lakes have also been formed in the Alps by folding, in the Balkan by the breaking in of the surface, and in the Apennine Peninsula by volcanic outbreaks.
Liubka would say and triumphantly jabbed the Apennine Peninsula.
Apennine Peninsula to the 197,600 square miles (506, -600 square kilometers) of Asia Minor and the 227,700 square miles (584,000 square kilometers) of the Iberian; or the vast continental alcoves of southern
Because it was in between the kingdoms of the old world and the growing Islamic states, a lot of city states of the Apennine Peninsula became flourishing ports and even "Maritime Republics" including that of Venice, Genoa and Pisa.
Because the Apennine Peninsula was located between the kingdoms of the old world and the growing Islamic states, a lot of its city states (including that of Venice, Genoa, and Pisa) flourished as ports and even became "Maritime Republics."
a new kingdom; naturally enough the Apennine Peninsula revolted against the German imperial policy.
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