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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carabiniere
Literary usage of Carabiniere
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Omaggio A Roma by Franco Lefevre, Irene Bignardi, Cesare Colombo, Italo Zannier (2005)
"A few onlookers, a carabiniere or two, and, on the right. the place where tourist carriages park. Alinari Archives-Brogi Archives, end nineteenth century ..."
2. The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China by George Dodd (1859)
"It took us a long time, in my opinion,' he says, ' to get ready, and it was dark before the carabiniere were prepared to start in a body. ..."
3. C3I: Issues of Command & Control edited by Thomas P. Coakley (1994)
"But the Italian force is covering it, which in this case is the carabiniere, the paramilitary police organization of the Italians who are normally stationed ..."
4. Queer Things about Sicily by Norma Lorimer, Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1905)
"At this point the scorn of the carabiniere bubbled over. ... She retired cursing, as the carabiniere turned with superlative politeness to say: " You must ..."
5. The Anarchists, Their Faith and Their Record, Including Sidelights on the by Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (1911)
"According to a statement then made by a carabiniere named ... this story at first became known, the authorities highly praised the courage of carabiniere ..."
6. Scenes from Italy's War by George Macaulay Trevelyan (1919)
"A carabiniere was once found lying bound on a mountain road I knew, with a label attached to him, Aeroplano nemico ..."
7. Some Account of the Military, Political, and Social Life of the Right Hon by Walter Evelyn Manners (1899)
"... two squadrons of carabiniere, and the Light Artillery ; Lord Frederick Cavendish's Brigade of Hanoverian Chasseurs and Hussars; and Lord Pembroke with a ..."