from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as vineyard.


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  • S.uola of S. Mark; under the bridge with a pretty Madonna on it; and so up the Rio dei Mendicanti, passing on the left a wineyard with two graceful round arches in it and then a pleasant garden with a pergola, and then a busy squero with men always at work on gondolas new or old.

    A Wanderer in Venice

  • What he doesn't understand is that when the brothel and wineyard industries collapse, other sectors will benefit from it.

    Mises Dailies


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