American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Italy north-northwest of Venice. An ancient Roman town, it was later the seat of a Lombard duchy and passed to Venice in the 14th century. Population: 81,800.
- From Italian Treviso. (Wiktionary)
“Díaz's representatives arrived in Treviso at a time when the Piave river, which had been running dry for several years, overflowed its banks during a spring thaw, leaving much of the population homeless and the corn and other crops in a state of ruin.”
“Benetton Treviso is a typical, though more developed, club program.”
“Those who don't make it in Treviso usually sign with clubs in lower divisions, and, if they are enrolled in a university, continue studying at a slower pace because of the demands of pro basketball.”
“Too bad the band broke up - I could have gone to see them live in Treviso in '95 but didn't jump on it, alas ...”
“Leicester's opening game this Saturday is in Treviso.”
“This, Bargnani says, was his "dream since I was young — to become a player in Treviso.”
“The locals spring a 76-69 upset, however, and all is well in Treviso.”
“There are few nicer things than a 'Treviso' risotto or Chicory”
“The dish was simply presented, keeping the sweetbreads center stage where they belong, flanked by brightly colored grilled Raddichio Treviso glistening with a simple veal jus and tiny specks of pancetta.”
“My gaze immediately honed in on the Roasted Veal Sweetbreads with grilled radicchio Treviso and light pancetta jus.”
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