American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Naples.
- n. a port and tourist center in southwestern Italy; capital of the Campania region
“Someone from the Howard Stern show said that Bella Napoli is the best pizza place around.”
“Bella Napoli is a solid spot, no doubt, and the comment comparing their slices to Bravo is off the mark.”
“However, if you love wine then 57 Napoli is an ideal way to avoid the disaster that is the Lexington Avenue subway at rush hour.”
“New diadora kits for 2008-09, Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli or simply as SSC Napoli is an Italian club's based in Naples.”
“When I was a little boy, did not my father have a hotel in Napoli?”
“Wandering around in Napoli, Italy, on the way back from the wonderful Ospedale delle Bambole, I got lost, and found myself in a district where they sell all kinds of tiny figures and items to do with the creches, or nativity scenes, of which the Neapolitans are so proud.”
“If you are ever in Napoli, I highly recommend you swing by.”
“The Napoli is basic, but ok and the location is good.”
“Bella Napoli is right downstairs from my office building, and the go-to pizza place for my entire office.”
“Bound by Donna Jo Napoli is the book currently under discussion at Adbooks.”
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