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Rieti

[ree-et-ee; Italian rye-tee] /riˈɛt i; Italian ˈryɛ ti/
noun
1.
Vittorio [veet-taw-ryaw] /vitˈtɔ ryɔ/ (Show IPA), 1898–1994, U.S. composer, born in Italy.
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  • Rieti uses regular stanzas, Italian forms of verse, in this matter following the example of Immanuel.

  • But he became no better, and from Assisi he was taken to Rieti, to consult an oculist there.

    Brother Francis Eileen Douglas
  • He went to see her when he was in trouble; especially once on his way to Rieti to have an operation performed on his eyes.

    Italy, the Magic Land Lilian Whiting
  • He took his position on the frontier menaced by the Neapolitan army, and fortified the stronghold of Rieti.

    Builders of United Italy Rupert Sargent Holland
  • The gates once open, Margaret's first thought was of Rieti, and her boy there.

  • After a while she persuaded him to journey to Rieti, and take the advice of the doctors.

    Pictures in Umbria Katharine S. (Katharine Sarah) Macquoid
  • Her intense interest in public affairs could not, however, wean her thoughts from the little babe left at Rieti.

  • The lark was not dead; in spite of cold and the north wind it gayly took its flight to the vale of Rieti.

  • Immediately after the battle of Rieti a Carbonarist mutiny broke out in Piedmont independently of events in the south.

  • The news of Francis's arrival quickly spread, and long before he reached Rieti the population had come out to meet him.

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