On the third night, Garzanti hosts its authors at a restaurant set in a former Piedmont palace.
Boyd is tall and thickly muscled and speaks softly in a Piedmont drawl.
Born in Laurens, S.C., in 1896, Davis grew up playing on the streets of towns and cities across the Piedmont South.
Much like the Landon debacle, media coverage of Piedmont has primarily focused on the “unknowing” girls who were targeted.
The law code of the Kingdom of Naples was abolished and replaced by the laws of Piedmont.
It occurs abundantly in the mountains of Piedmont, and probably nowhere else.
They thought at first of marrying her to the Prince of Piedmont.
Arriving at Oakland, we crossed the Bay in the great ferry-ship, or floating wharf, "Piedmont."
Mr. Grady was one of the promoters of the Piedmont Exposition.
In less than three months he had cleared Lombardy and Piedmont of the troops of France.
name given to the fertile upland region along the eastern slope of the Appalachians, 1755, originally piemont, from Italian Piemonte, literally "mountain foot," name of the region at the foot of the Alps in northern Italy (see Piedmont). With -d- added by 1855. Applied to similar features of other mountain ranges by 1860.