“Mr. DeMille had chosen a glass of the 2008 Di Majo Norante Terre Degli Osci, Sangiovese, an earthy red from a top producer in the Molise region of southern Italy.”
“This month I'll be trying a Di Majo Norante red wine, but I'll also be opening up a white wine from the Terre degli Osci IGT.”
“Terre degli Osci IGT, wine under $10, wine under $15, wine under $20”
“J'enterprèterais volontiers ce passage de la manière suivante: Des Pelasges, navigateurs et magiciens, (c'est-à-dire, industrieux) sortirent les deux grandes sociétés Italiennes -- les _Osci_, (dont les Latins sont une tribu,) et les Tusci ou Etrusques.”
“Osci, the young kept to themselves, nor did they suffer it to be debased by regular players.”
“Tacitus speaks of _Atellanae_ Comedies written in the spirit and language of the Osci having been acted in his time.”
“These were borrowed from the Osci, and were always acted by the Roman youth.”
“Romans borrowed from the Osci, the aboriginal inhabitants of Italy.”
“Osci, the most ancient of the native Italian tribes.”
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“In the 88th minute, it was Osci dragged down at the top of the box on a breakaway by United defender Anthony Peters, who was issued the second red card of the night.”
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