attic vs cellar
- the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken and written in Attica and Athens and Ionia
- of or relating to Attica or its inhabitants or to the dialect spoken in Athens in classical times
Along the rural lanes beyond Arambol, old farmhouses are enclosed in latticed palm shade.
By this time, Dad and I had replaced the old dipole with a short Yagi array, horizontally polarized of course, and screwed to one of the crossbeams in the attic, so now we had three channels with excellent reception.
If the worst happens, I'll start an underground blogging movement with secret servers in people's attics.
- an excavation where root vegetables are stored
- the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level; often used for storage
- storage space where wines are stored
In deep cellars stocked with winter ice the temperature was kept below eight degrees.
Generally the better dealers avoid such goods, but in the case of the saltcellar, the dealer hadn't been able to resist.
As a rule of thumb, the villages of Barolo and La Morra produce the most perfumed win es, while Monforte d 'Alba and Serralunga produce more structured, powerful wines that require substantial cellaring.