Definitions

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  • proper n. Province of Latium, Italy.
  • proper n. Capital of the province of Viterbo.

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Examples

  • And with you that time in Viterbo – you were so sweet, so gentle and reserved, and there was a glint in your eyes when the rest of us laughed as if you would have liked to be merry with us, but dared not.

    Jenny: A Novel

  • Viterbo is of Lombard foundation, (p. 211,) and that Terracina was usurped by the Greeks.] 43 On the extent, population,

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • It is therefore by an error that Sbaralea and Wadding make it date from Viterbo, which is the less explicable that all the bulls of this epoch are dated from Orvieto.

    Life of St. Francis of Assisi

  • Pope Benedict XVI described the Venerable John Henry Newman as a “celebrated intellectual” and a “man of luminous spirituality”, in a homily during his recent pastoral visit to Viterbo.

    Benedict XVI on John Henry Newman

  • Pope Benedict went on: “I would also like to mention another citizen of Viterbo, Blessed Dominic Barberi [1792-1849], the Passionist priest who, in 1845, welcomed John Henry Newman – who later became a cardinal – into the Catholic Church.”

    Benedict XVI on John Henry Newman

  • The Papal visit to Viterbo, where five Popes were elected in the thirteenth century, took place on Sunday 6 September.

    Benedict XVI on John Henry Newman

  • Pope Benedict XVI at Viterbo, Italy: Newman, ‘celebrated intellectual and man of luminous spirituality’

    Benedict XVI on John Henry Newman

  • Convicted child killer Mario Alessi told the court that Guede had confided in him during recreation time at the Viterbo prison that Knox and Sollecito had nothing to do with the killing.

    Amanda Knox Trial: Rudy Hermann Guede, Convicted Ivorian, To Testify At Appeal

  • It is a view echoed by consultant oenologist Riccardo Cotarella of the ¬University of Viterbo, who quotes data from the Association Viticole Champenoise General Convention, which shows that the temperature average for the period April to September recorded in Reims and Epernay in France has risen from 14.5 degrees Celsius in 1980-1989 to 15.8 degrees Celsius in 2000-2001.

    Sunshine and Vine

  • Alessi said Guede approached him during recreation time at the Viterbo prison.

    Witness in Knox trial says he can clear her

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