di Bonaventura is at pains to prove that slavery was, though limited in the North, important in certain areas.
di Gisi, 39, had worked at Case Basse on and off for about three years.
di Bonaventura is writing in a particular historical mode, “microhistory,” which is perhaps reason to cut her some slack.
di Giovanni still travels to war, although for shorter periods — most recently a week in Libya — than before.
Then move on to the Mandilli di seta al pesto, handmade handkerchief pasta with Genovese basil pesto.
Citt di Castello and Gubbio followed suit, and many of the smaller towns and hamlets.
Bad anyway, seeing there was only two di'monds betwixt three men.
Mr. Meredith found his way into some sealed and sacred chambers of the lad's soul wherein not even di had ever looked.
And when Tom held up the other di'mond he looked sorrier than ever.
Martino di Giorgio had a relative who became more famous than himself.
Two; twice; double: dichromatic.
Containing two atoms, radicals, or groups: diiodide.
A prefix that means "two," "twice," or "double." It is used commonly in chemistry, as in dioxide, a compound having two oxygen atoms.
A drill instructor; noncommissioned officer in charge of recruits (1913+ Marine Corps)