Definitions

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  • proper noun Province of Piedmont, Italy.
  • proper noun Town and capital of Alessandria

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Examples

  • The new foundation, although laughed at at first by the imperialists and called Alessandria della Paglia, from its hastily constructed straw huts, soon held a population of fifteen thousand.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 06 (From Barbarossa to Dante)

  • Elio Altare, Chionetti, Marchesi di Grésy, Marcarini and Fratelli Alessandria are producers worth looking out for.

    The Hunt for Nebbiolo

  • The previous record was for a 3,587-kilogram chocolate bar made by Elah Dufour-Novi in Alessandria, Piemonte, Italy, in October 2007.

    Armenia: Take a Bite of World's Largest Chocolate Bar

  • I was sued originally in Florence, Livorno, Alessandria and Turin, and in each case, Italian magistrates ordered the plaintiff to pay the court costs.

    The Abrupt Ending of an Unhealthy Relationship

  • Although it has been suggested that Wert spent some time in a similar capacity in Rome, under the protection of Giulio Cesare Gonzaga, Patriarch of Alessandria, the evidence is unstable.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Eco was raised in Alessandria - the company town of Borsalino hats - in a lower-middle class family.

    Interview with Umberto Eco

  • Eco was raised in Alessandria - the company town of Borsalino hats - in a lower-middle class family.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Riccardiana, MS 991, prepared by the excellent Gabriella Albanese was published in 1998 by Edizioni dell'Orso Alessandria; she is also responsible for writing an introduction.

    Francesco Petrarca, De insigni obedientia et fide uxoria, ed. Albanese (1998)

  • Riccardiana, MS 991, prepared by the excellent Gabriella Albanese was published in 1998 by Edizioni dell'Orso Alessandria; she is also responsible for writing an introduction.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Vercelli, Alessandria, Novara, and Tortona, and had amassed great riches, finding his end approach, and having no children, left his wife Beatrice heiress of his estates, and arranged with his friends that a marriage should be effected between her and Filippo.

    The History of Florence

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