American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northern Italy in the foothills of the Alps northeast of Milan. Originally a Gallic settlement, it later became a Lombard duchy. Population: 116,000.
- From Italian Bergamo. (Wiktionary)
“He was able to move his legs and speak with doctors at a hospital in Bergamo, race organizers said.”
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“He was 24 by the time he was hired by the Albenza club in Bergamo to work in the back office before he turned pro and revealed a determined side to his jovial nature.”
“The route briefly took riders along Lake Como at the beginning of the stage, and bright sunshine at the finish in Bergamo brought out some of the biggest crowds of the race.”
“Horillo Munoz was able to move his legs and speak with doctors at a hospital in Bergamo, race organizers said.”
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“Second-half goals from Stephan Lichtsteiner and Emanuele Giaccherini sent Juventus four points clear in Serie A after they defeated Atalanta 2-0 in Bergamo on Saturday to finish the first half of the season unbeaten.”
“Stage 8 on Saturday is a 130-mile leg from Morbegno to Bergamo, near Milan.”
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