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“Comfort comes in a bowl of stracciatella alla romana, which is not vanilla-chocolate-chip gelato but a rich chicken broth striated with wisps of cooked egg.”
“Large and known for its brutality, the Roman empire was nonetheless beneficial for the ruling classes in the nations it conquered, even welcomed by some due to its policy of laissez faire and the pax romana that permitted all the wealthy men of all the subjugated nations to keep their riches and their privileged position.”
“A current seasonal dish, baked pasta romana—a mix of lasagna pasta, rich cheese sauce, spinach and either a beef or chicken topping—started as a fresh-torn pasta dish with olive oil, garlic and herbs eaten by company chefs on a trip to Northern Italy.”
“At Riva in Barnes last week, possibly my new best London restaurant, I had the most wonderful fishy double-up of starter and main, with puntarelle alla romana followed by cime di rapa ravioli with bagna cauda sauce.”
“Novi Sad, 1980; — — Hazari ili obnova vizantijskog romana.”
“Sezione terza; La pittura ellenistica romana; fasc.”
“Small, Loccupazione del territorio in et romana, p.”
“Fellay afferma, tra l'altro: Siamo sempre fermamente determinati nella volontà di rimanere cattolici e di mettere tutte le nostre forze al servizio della Chiesa di Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo, che è la Chiesa cattolica romana.”
“A da, sa te corectez cand gresesti ceva pe romana?”
“Under pax romana, citizenship was a reward to be doled out to individuals who met the criteria.”
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