Definitions

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  • proper noun A province of Umbria, Italy.
  • proper noun A town, the capital of Terni.

Etymologies

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From Italian Terni.

Examples

  • A painting I love will be at Galerie Jean-François Heim of Paris—Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot's "The Velino above the Cascade of Terni" (1826), a whirl of blue-gray water rushing with life (€330,000).

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  • Tradition holds that there are actually three martyrs named Valentine associated with February 14, Valentine of Rome, Valentine of Terni whom some scholars believe to be the same person as Valentine of Rome and another Valentine of Africa of whom not much is known.

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  • Favorite Loveboat styles include Chronos, a travel tote, Elba, a horizontal shoulder bag and Terni, a small handbag.

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  • Tradition holds that there are actually three martyrs named Valentine associated with February 14, Valentine of Rome, Valentine of Terni whom some scholars believe to be the same person as Valentine of Rome and another Valentine of Africa of whom not much is known.

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  • One is described as a priest at Rome, another as bishop of Interamna modern Terni, and these two seem both to have suffered in the second half of the third century and to have been buried on the Flaminian Way, but at different distances from the city.

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  • At Terni, take a taxi from the station to the Abbazia, about 30 minutes northeast.

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  • Rome gained and left behind, and with it the Pilgrims who are now repairing to their own homes again — each with his scallop shell and staff, and soliciting alms for the love of God — we come, by a fair country, to the Falls of Terni, where the whole Velino river dashes, headlong, from a rocky height, amidst shining spray and rainbows.

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  • The following account is given by Van Dale of a singular oracle that was delivered in his time at Terni, in the States of the Pope, about the year 1650; and the narrative of which was printed at Venice by order of the government:

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  • Thomas H. Smith, who was driving the vehicle through the city of Terni, broke several ribs.

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  • C. Terni SS 2 1 0 0 .220 J. Rodriguez PIT 0 0 0 0 .000

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