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Reggio di Calabria

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of extreme southern Italy on the Strait of Messina opposite Sicily. Founded by Greek colonists in the late eighth century BC, it suffered frequent invasions because of its strategic location.

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Examples

  • For years, I have been telling Bianchi that it needed to move it's warehouse from Telgate-Bergamo to Reggio di Calabria, or perhaps Campobasso, but they didn't listen.

    Naked Intent: What Lies Beneath

  • On September 9 the American Fifth Army landed at Salerno, just south of Naples, a few days after the British Eighth Army crossed the Straits of Messina and landed near the toe of the Italian boot at Reggio di Calabria.

    Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs

  • On September 9 the American Fifth Army landed at Salerno, just south of Naples, a few days after the British Eighth Army crossed the Straits of Messina and landed near the toe of the Italian boot at Reggio di Calabria.

    Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs

  • On September 9 the American Fifth Army landed at Salerno, just south of Naples, a few days after the British Eighth Army crossed the Straits of Messina and landed near the toe of the Italian boot at Reggio di Calabria.

    Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs

  • On September 9 the American Fifth Army landed at Salerno, just south of Naples, a few days after the British Eighth Army crossed the Straits of Messina and landed near the toe of the Italian boot at Reggio di Calabria.

    Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs

  • This road ran south from Capua to Nola and Nuceria (Nocera), then past Salernum (Salerno) and into the mountains of Lucania (modern Basilicata) and Bruttium (modern Calabria), where it finally ended at Regium (modern Reggio di Calabria), 320 miles from Capua.

    The Spartacus War

  • This road ran south from Capua to Nola and Nuceria (Nocera), then past Salernum (Salerno) and into the mountains of Lucania (modern Basilicata) and Bruttium (modern Calabria), where it finally ended at Regium (modern Reggio di Calabria), 320 miles from Capua.

    The Spartacus War

  • This road ran south from Capua to Nola and Nuceria (Nocera), then past Salernum (Salerno) and into the mountains of Lucania (modern Basilicata) and Bruttium (modern Calabria), where it finally ended at Regium (modern Reggio di Calabria), 320 miles from Capua.

    The Spartacus War

  • This road ran south from Capua to Nola and Nuceria (Nocera), then past Salernum (Salerno) and into the mountains of Lucania (modern Basilicata) and Bruttium (modern Calabria), where it finally ended at Regium (modern Reggio di Calabria), 320 miles from Capua.

    The Spartacus War

  • Leaving the peninsula we continued south towards Reggio di Calabria where we’d make the crossing to Sicily.

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