Definition of Periti

1. peritus [n] - See also: peritus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Periti

peritendineum
peritendinitis
peritendinitis calcarea
peritendinitis serosa
peritenon
peritenontitis
perithecia
perithecial
perithecium
perithelial
perithelial cell
perithelioma
perithelium
perithoracic
perithyroiditis
periti (current term)
peritomist
peritomous
peritomy
peritonaeum
peritonea
peritoneal
peritoneal cavity
peritoneal dialysis
peritoneal diseases
peritoneal exudate
peritoneal fossae
peritoneal inflammation
peritoneal lavage

Literary usage of Periti

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1. A Classical Tour Through Italy by John Chetwode Eustace (1818)
"CLASSICAL TOUR Ch. V. the Arcadia of Italy, and peopled with a race of shepherds, who almost rival in song the Grecian swains once soli cantare periti, ..."

2. The Little Book of Society Verse by Claude Moore Fuess, Harold Crawford Stearns (1922)
"SOLI CANTARE periti ARCADES OH, I would live in a dairy, And it's Colin I would be, And many a rustic fairy Should churn the milk with me. ..."

3. Trade, Agriculture And Development: Policies Working Together by Oecd Global Forum on Agriculture (2006)
"POLICY COHERENCE FOR DEVELOPMENT: MAKING IT WORK periti Majanen Finnish Ambassador to the OECD Abstract In today's world, people and states depend upon each ..."

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