[ US /ˈɪtəɫi/ ]
  1. 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
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How To Use Italy In A Sentence

  • This white-naped mangabey monkey was born at The Bioparco Zoo in Rome, Italy, and is part of an international breeding program to keep the species alive.
  • ‘The best place to make mercerized fabrics is still Italy, but they are very expensive,’ says Kwok.
  • Star staff Saturday, August 22, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: The southern coastal city of Sidon saw banners fill its streets and lights brighten up its sky days before the Holy Month of weather in Baltimore has been sweltering lately, putting many at risk for heat-related conditions. such as Italy criticised Internazionale coach Jose Mourinho for comments the Portuguese made about Ramadan at the weekend. - Articles related to Lagos Fires Tourism Through Sports
  • He is then heard of as plotting with Garibaldi in Italy, as secretary of a legation in Japan, and in other parts of the world.
  • Gray is thought to be in hiding near the France/Italy border.
  • But Italy's problems are still a salutary warning. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was a raggle-taggle look to Smith's team just as there had been on his debut as manager against Italy in Milan.
  • But Italy's problems are still a salutary warning. Times, Sunday Times
  • We had planned to spend the Bank Holiday weekend in Italy paying the next tranche of money and finalising the layout of sanitary ware in the bath room.
  • French warplanes based in Italy report to NATO's command headquarters in Naples while aircraft flying sorties off the French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle report directly to French military commanders in Paris. Political Gridlock at NATO
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