American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A resort city of northern Italy near the Swiss border at the southwest end of Lake Como. The city was a Roman colony and became an independent commune in the 11th century. Population: 83,300.
- From Italian Como. (Wiktionary)
“Filippo Bamberghi for The Wall Street Journal 10 Corso Como is the brainchild of gallerist Carla Sozzani (the sister of long-time Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani), this honeycomb of interconnected places contains a gallery, book store, boutique, caf é, and hotel within the courtyard of a palazzo.”
“While I was librarian in Como I modeled my book buying on the public library in Oxford, MS.”
“The last scene of the movie at Lake Como is where you finally see Bond come into his own.”
“This is truly an impressive Lake House set in Como, Italy.”
“By Holiday Matinee » Blog Archive » Lake House in Como, Italy on November 12, 2008 at 7: 48 pm”
“I can personally name four past teachers who graduated from Ole Miss and got their start in Como Elementary.”
“He was born in Como, MS and became rather famous in the 20s/30s as playwrright, author, and critic.”
“The CA reporter is a black man born and raised in Como who I asked to speak with the library children in 1999.”
“I live in MS 41 of my 43 years the first 36 in Tishomingo County and the last 5 in Oxford so yes I know where Como is and have been there numerous times.”
“I ran into Mrs. Pace serendipitously when she and husband John stopped in Como to photograph the United Methodist Church.”
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