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“You'll probably want to sop up the plate with the chewy, crusty pane toscano, the house bread from the standout Sullivan Street Bakery.”
“Vocabolario delle parole del dialetto napoletano, che più si scostano dal dialetto toscano, Naples, 1789.”
“F. Baldinucci, Vocabolario toscano dell'arte del disegno (Florence, 1681).”
“He extracted half a toscano cigar from his waistcoat pocket, and began to smoke with great gusto.”
“DON JUAN: (Spanish) Sí, es mejor: (Spanish) Sí, es mejor: lascia dunque il tuo toscano, lascia dunque il tuo toscano,”
“Richard Lewis: Mr. LaBarbara developed and executed a business plan designed to generate sufficient revenue to support his family by using Gay ... peterson toscano: Ha, I couldn't do parody as funny as this.”
“Made from montepulciano, trebbiano toscano and aglianico, the mighty Biferno is the best sort of trattoria wine: superb with food, with a tang of sour cherries.”
“Pam just does such a great job of bringing them out into the light. peterson toscano”
“It was a good thing, too - one glass of bianco toscano came in at just under £5.”
“I couldn't get enough of the silky, herbaceous pecorino toscano which J. brilliantly paired with sage pesto.”
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