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  • n. Plural form of villa.


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  • Coming & Going The new crop of luxury villas is geared to travelers who love food.

    Epicurean Estates

  • Cheapskate And Other Travel Tales It's summertime, which means the airwaves are full of people galloping across beaches on horseback, couples dining in Italian villas, or families happily snorkeling in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean.

    Ditching the Motel 6,

  • The Royal Hideaway offers 192 rooms, 6 Junior Suites, and 2 Presidential Suites in villas offering either views of powdery-white sand beaches on the azure Caribbean or of exquisitely landscaped gardens.

    Romantic Weddings South Of The Border

  • So for instance, a page about 'villas' - could either be villas for sale, to rent, to visit, a guidebook about villas or even just an address list.

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  • The villas were a compound, a series of blond stone cottages linked by a web of gravel walkways and draped with ferns and palm trees.


  • Coming along the road by the villas were the housemaid and two policemen.

    The Invisible Man

  • Considerably less modest, and more surprising, was what lay at the end of a stony, bumpy road at the north end of town: a colony of elegant mosaic-domed, American-owned Mediterranean villas, which is where Casa Obelisco stands.

    Gringos in Paradise

  • In the poorest areas of Buenos Aires there are bum neighborhoods called villas like villages.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: December 26, 2006

  • Noyremont, et per valles de Mallenbrinis in districto Rupium, ac per villam Doronarum, et alias villas adiacentes fluuijs Reglay, et

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • But the villas are the product of a path to success unfamiliar to Boca (if not to Mereruka).

    Letter From Egypt


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