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  • You'll probably want to sop up the plate with the chewy, crusty pane toscano, the house bread from the standout Sullivan Street Bakery.

    Robert Rosenthal: Is Salami and Eggs Better Than Sex?

  • Vocabolario delle parole del dialetto napoletano, che più si scostano dal dialetto toscano, Naples, 1789.

    Delizia!

  • F. Baldinucci, Vocabolario toscano dell'arte del disegno (Florence, 1681).

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • He extracted half a toscano cigar from his waistcoat pocket, and began to smoke with great gusto.

    Alone

  • DON JUAN: (Spanish) Sí, es mejor: (Spanish) Sí, es mejor: lascia dunque il tuo toscano, lascia dunque il tuo toscano,

    Don Juan Tenorio

  • Richard Lewis: Mr. LaBarbara developed and executed a business plan designed to generate sufficient revenue to support his family by using Gay ... peterson toscano: Ha, I couldn't do parody as funny as this.

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  • Made from montepulciano, trebbiano toscano and aglianico, the mighty Biferno is the best sort of trattoria wine: superb with food, with a tang of sour cherries.

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  • Pam just does such a great job of bringing them out into the light. peterson toscano

    Pam's House Blend - Front Page

  • It was a good thing, too - one glass of bianco toscano came in at just under £5.

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  • I couldn't get enough of the silky, herbaceous pecorino toscano which J. brilliantly paired with sage pesto.

    Serious Eats

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