from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of central Italy east-northeast of Rome. Tivoli contains the ruins of several ancient Roman villas and is also noted for its waterfalls. Population: 51,800.
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- proper n. An ancient city in the Italian region of Lazio.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A game resembling bagatelle, played on a special oblong board or table (Tivoli board or Tivoli table), which has a curved upper end, a set of numbered compartments at the lower end, side alleys, and the surface studded with pins and sometimes furnished with numbered depressions or cups.
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- n. a town twenty miles to the east of Rome (Tibur is the ancient name); a summer resort during the Roman empire; noted for its waterfalls
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“A great lunch, Captain Nielsen, Tivoli is everything you said it would be.”
It doesn't get more charming or authentic than the two-bedroom, 1400 sq. foot "Kathleen's Barn" in Tivoli, New York.
Even though it looks retro, the technologically advanced Tivoli is compatible with iPods and other MP3 players.
In the rest of the review, this translates to the criticism that The Confessions of Max Tivoli is too clever, The Dew Breaker too "exotic," Little Children too jokey.
Tivoli is a character that will stick with me for a long time.
He went to school in Tivoli and Rome, and entered the University of Rome as a student of engineering in 1922.
"No; she is staying in Tivoli till the end of the week," Jenny answered a little nervously.
All these places were frequented much more than Tivoli is to-day.
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I did love the authemtic Italian life in Tivoli outside of Roma with the beautiful paintings and gardens of Villa D’Este and cafe society.