From Turin, as Ligety continued his rise to success in the alpine ski world, he and Miller would interact more as peers.
The boys of Real Madrid debuted their new look on Monday when they arrived in Turin, Italy.
Opera singer Luciano Pavarotti completely mimed his 2006 appearance at the Turin Olympics.
Milan and Turin have also seen a 25 percent increases in adult German language students.
He promptly found himself under arrest at the Paris airport, where he was about to connect to Turin.
We spent the afternoon in Pisa, and, after a night's journey, arrived at Turin in the morning.
He had been travelling from Rome to Turin or Paris—he had forgotten which.
The King of Sardinia was absent during this engagement, having gone to Turin to visit his wife, who was sick.
Again wounded, he came back to Turin in almost a dying condition.
Two years later came the defeat of Ramillies, to be followed in three months by the disaster at Turin.
large island west of Italy, Latin, from Greek Sardo; perhaps named for the local Iberian people who settled there; the original form and meaning of the name is lost. A Punic (Phoenician) stelle from 7c. B.C.E. refers to it as Shardan. The oblique cases are sometimes Sardonos, etc., as if from *Sardon. Related: Sardinian.