Sicilian

[ US /sɪˈsɪɫiən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a resident of Sicily
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Sicily or the people of Sicily
    the Sicilian Mafia
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  • After the almost funereal beginning of the first movement, the clarinets introduce a lyric second theme, which is treated in the graceful manner of a siciliana. NPR Topics: News
  • The scent is composed around the essence of sandalwood with a hint of ginger, with top notes of Calabrian bergamot, Sicilian mandarin and Tunisian neroli.
  • The depictions of birds and flowers were executed in precious materials including lapis lazuli, agate, Sicilian red and green jasper, chalcedony, amethyst and quartz as well as superb hard stones.
  • Beautiful materials are used: in the podium the concrete beams are clad in mullions of black Argentine granite enclosing fillets of white Sicilian marble.
  • The strongest influence on its native cuisine is Sicilian, although traditional grilled chops and other British specialties are popular, too.
  • I'd had lots of friends and classmates back in my high school days who'd seemed a lot like him: the grandkids of Italian and Sicilian immigrants, they were smiling and open-hearted, spunky and pugnacious.
  • The pizza that people were calling grandma looked like a thin Sicilian slice. Flatiron Lunch: Forget the Pizza, Maffei’s Baked Stuffed Fish is Where It’s At | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan
  • One of the highlights is the Sicilian baroque ballroom with its Murano glass chandeliers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sicilian marquetry furniture is immediately recognizable by the rosettes with eight petals, similar to the quatrefoil of Genoa and the star of Naples.
  • In France, they're a vital component of ratatouille, along with peppers and tomatoes; they play a starring role in Sicilian caponata, that combination of aubergine, celery, tomatoes and capers; and they are at their velvety best in southern Italian melanzane parmigiana, the meltingly delicious dish of layered aubergine, tomato and cheese; and, of course, Greeks love moussaka (see today's recipe). Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's aubergine recipes
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