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  • n. Plural form of Parmesan.


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  • He trembled, at every one, no matter of how little importance, who arrived from Parma (the Queen of Spain, it has not been forgotten, was of that Duchy); he omitted nothing by the aid of the Duke of Parma, and by other means, to hinder the Parmesans from coming to Madrid; and was in terror of the few of those whose journey he could not hinder, and whose dismissal he could not obtain.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • Parmesans are now baptised is at one side, ornamented with carvings, and supported by a marble lion.

    The South of France—East Half

  • The Parmesans remember Maria Louisa, Napoleon's wife, with pleasant enough feelings, and she seems to have been good to them after the manner of sovereigns, enriching their city with art, and beautifying it in many ways, besides doing works of private charity and beneficence.

    Italian Journeys

  • One might almost believe, hearing the Parmesans talk, that his manner had infected their dialect, and that they fashioned their lazy, incomplete utterance with the careless lips of his nymphs and angels.

    Italian Journeys

  • "Are the Parmesans satisfied with being the subjects of a Spanish prince?"

    The Complete Memoirs of Jacques Casanova

  • “Are the Parmesans satisfied with being the subjects of a

    The memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt


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