1. a mountain range extending the length of the Italian peninsula
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How To Use Apennines In A Sentence

  • Tubes closely resembling those of pogonophoran worms are preserved in cold-seep carbonate at the Marmorito locality in the Italian Apennines.
  • A town of central Italy in the Apennines northwest of Naples.
  • `OK, we got stuck on a nasty bit of Luna, in the Apennines. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • The strategy governing the operations was essentially the same as it had been in the previous fall, when a drive had been conceived which was to bisect northern Italy and to be followed by a debouchment from the Apennines out into the Po Valley.
  • In the trapped heat of the Apennines, they cling to the refracted possibility that the scarce coolness from the snow-covered peaks will blow over and down.
  • The cheese on the classic pizza margherita must be mozzarella "from the southern Apennines".
  • I recalled their Frankish forefathers, swarming down the Apennines, upon Campaigns of a Non-Combatant, and His Romaunt Abroad During the War
  • A city of north - central Italy at the foot of the Apennines north - northeast of Florence.
  • The lower unit, the Gneiss Group, is unaffected by Alpine deformation and is regarded as the autochthonous basement of the northern Apennines.
  • Apennines, where two buildings separated by some miles of distance are commonly intervisible over the crest of a neighbouring peak, it has happened that a change of level of some one of the points has made it impossible to see the one edifice from the other. Outlines of the Earth's History A Popular Study in Physiography
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