It calls for calabrian oregano on the branch, which if you can get from your local Italian food store, is always worth the effort.
In certain respects the earthquake of 1908 presented much resemblance to the great calabrian catastrophe of 1783.
Take it from me, it was a put-up job by that calabrian woman.
The elder calabrian, whom they addressed as Cristofano, asked for a glass of aqua vit, which he handed respectfully to me.
He was a calabrian, and as early as 1552 was professor of medicine at Perugia.
He landed at Melito on the 24th of August, and threw himself at once, with his followers, into the calabrian mountains.
Derossi embraced the calabrian, saying in his clear voice, “Welcome!”
I was very glad, Miss Fitzpatrick, when our calabrian friends were duly sent to the galleys.
Yesterday he complained to the master, because the calabrian touched his leg with his foot.
A thousand years ago every nook and cranny in the calabrian mountains had its Greek hermit.