from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southern Italy north-northeast of Naples. German World War II forces in Italy surrendered to the Allies here on April 29, 1945. Population: 79,200.
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- proper n. Province of Campania, Italy.
- proper n. Town and capital of Caserta.
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Caserta is a large, rather nondescript single story building on Spruce Street near the historic Federal Hill/Atwells Avenue area of downtown Providence.
Gomorrah, directed by Matteo Garrone, is an unflinching and unromantic look at the story of the Camorra - the crime syndicate, operative in Naples and Caserta, that is responsible for more murders than the IRA or Cosa Nostra.
"They were ready to think about coming to television," says Jennifer Caserta, general manager of IFC, about The Onion.
Caserta Pizzeria is OLD school pizza from an old New England Italian neighborhood.
Andy insisted that I could not leave the city of his youth without going to one of his favorite haunts, Caserta Pizza.
The large Caserta pie is of the Sicilian variety, although it has a thinner crust than most Sicilian pizzas and it is cooked all the way through, resembling that of a Foccacia bread and with a distinctive sour flavor in the crust.
David Crockett, a Harvard man and Boston department store owner who now managed OSS finances at the Caserta station, sat up with the spy chief for two nights terrified he would blurt out secrets in his crazed state of mind.
AFTER PARIS, Donovan flew to Cairo and Caserta before heading east to Asia.
He caught another nasty flu bug in Italy, which this time put him in the Army infirmary in Caserta for several days.
David Crockett, who had tended to him in Caserta when he had the flu, drove.
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