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Definition of pavese
pavesePavise Pa*vise, n. [OF. pavaix, F. pavois; cf. It. pavese, LL.
pavense; perh. named from Pavia in Italy.] (Mil. Antiq.)
A large shield covering the whole body, carried by a pavisor,
who sometimes screened also an archer with it. [Written also
pavais, pavese, and pavesse.] --Fairholt.
Pavese Pa*vese", Pavesse Pa*vesse", n.
Meaning of pavese from wikipedia
to: Languages Pavese
dialect, a variety
of Southwestern Lombard language People
Paves, troubadour Cesare Pavese
, Italian writer
- Cesare Pavese
(Italian: [ˈtʃeːzare paˈveːze]; 9 September
1908 – 27 August
1950) was an Italian
poet, novelist, literary critic
and translator. He is widely...
- Zuppa pavese
('Pavia soup') or zuppa
('Pavia-style soup') is an Italian
into which fried slices
- The Pavese
(Western Lombard: Paves) is a geographical
area in the Pianura Padana
(Po Rivers's valley) of northern
- The Oltrepò Pavese
(Italian pronunciation: [ˌoltreˈpɔ ppaˈveːze]; Western
Lombard: Ultrepò Paves) is an area of the Province
of Pavia, in the north-west...
- Luigi Pavese
1897 – 13 December
1969) was an Italian
actor. He appeared
in 173 films between
1916 and 1970. He was born...
for its sparkling wines
made in the Franciacorta
and Oltrepò Pavese
also produces still
and rosé wines
- The Itinerario
di la Gran Militia, a la Pavese
("Itinerary of the Great
Army, in Pavese
") is an anonymous
of the First Crusade
is a dialect
of Western Lombard language spoken
(Lombardy). In Pavese
from most of Western Lombard
- James Peter Pavese
(born May 8, 1962 in New York City, New York) is a retired professional
ice hockey player
who pla**** 328 games
in the National
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