Of or relating to Italy, its people, or their language,
Of or relating to Italy, its people, or their language
A native or national of Italy, or a person of Italian descent
The Romance language of Italy, also one of the official languages of Switzerland
of or pertaining to or characteristic of Italy or its people or culture or language; "Italian cooking"
a native or inhabitant of Italy
the Romance language spoken in Italy
(italy) a republic in southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula; was the core of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire between the 4th century BC and the 5th century AD
The Ping-Pong virus (also called Boot, Bouncing Ball, Bouncing Dot, Italian, Italian-A or VeraCruz) is a boot sector virus discovered on March 1, 1988 at the University of Turin in Italy. It was likely the most common and best known boot sector virus until outnumbered by the Stoned virus.
Italian wine is wine produced in Italy, a country which is home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Etruscans and Greek settlers produced wine in the country long before the Romans started developing their own vineyards in the 2nd century BC. ...
The Italian is a 1915 American silent film feature which tells the story of an Italian gondolier who comes to the United States to make his fortune but instead winds up working as a shoeshiner and experiencing tragedy while living with his wife and child in a tenement on New York's Lower East ...
The Italian (Итальянец) is a 2005 Russian drama film directed by Andrei Kravchuk. The screenplay by Andrei Romanov, inspired by a true story, focuses on a young boy's determined search for his mother.
The Italian is the debut album of Italian baritone Patrizio Buanne. It was released in the United Kingdom on February 28, 2005, and in the United States on March 7, 2006.
The Italian, or the Confessional of the Black Penitents (1797) is a novel belonging to the Gothic genre and written by the English author Ann Radcliffe. The events are set in 1758, thirty-nine years before the novel's publication. ...
(ITALY) I Trust And Love You (hahahaha!)
(Italy) (1) [G], PO away from signer, FO > DS, descends while weaving from side to side. (2) [G], PO away, FO > DS, descends straight down. (< shape of country or chain of a St. Christopher's medal caught on a hairy chest, hence the weaving motion). ...
(Italy) Act 18:2; Act 27:1, Act 27:6; Heb 13:24), like most geographical names, was differently used at different periods of history. As the power of Rome advanced, nations were successively conquered and added to it till it came to designate the whole country to the south of the Alps. ...
(Italy) Alessandria · Barletta · Bergamo · Caltanissetta · Como · Cordenons · Courmayeur · Cremona · Genoa · Manerbio · Milan · Monza · Naples · Napoli · Orbetello · Ortisei · Palermo · Rai-Rome · Recanati · Reggio Emilia · Rimini · Roma-Rome · San Benedetto del Tronto · Sanremo · Todi · Trani · ...
(Italy) Bocconi University, La Sapienza Rome and (LUISS)* Rome
(Italy) Eclectic tastes means films that received just a limited release domestically tend to do well here. Hitting $10 million here is about as common as films hitting $150 million domestically.
(Italy) Giambattista Vico | Cesare Beccaria
(Italy) Heys wise guy, are yous bustin my balls?
(Italy) Italian school of swordsmanship
(Italy) N ItalioBW,uz, ItalujoBW
(Italy) One of 60 nations believed to have al Qaeda cells active. Might allow U.S. to use bases in military action against terrorists.
(Italy) Rome-Fiumicino Airport and Milan-Linate Airport.
(Italy) There's no way denying that at the moment the Italian secchi mandolin is the earliest confirmed form of the flattop mandolin. Even so, it doesn't seem likely that it was the first one to appear.
(Italy) called "asti," it comes from the Piedmont region and made from Moscato grapes.
(Italy) due to the passion of its citizens symbolizes your heart and circulatory system. This meaning does not hold if you are from Italy.