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al fresco

Outside in the fresh air. "Al fresco" is Italian for "in the fresh (air)." Kelly planned a wonderful al fresco luncheon for her bridesmaids. Wow, it's so nice outside. Let's dine al fresco tonight.
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al fresco

outside We ate al fresco under the olive trees. An al fresco performance of The Tempest was the highlight of our visit.
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Scalini's Jesmond, which is owned by the Malhotra Group plc, is set to launch its new al fresco dining menu to coincide with the reopening of the venue's upper level, The Loft.
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Consulate General's Angel Room may seem like just a nice old room for events, with a ceiling adorned by a fresco depicting a sky filled with angels.
STEF strengthens its operations network and doubles its business in North-East Italy--the Trentino region--through the integration of the business of Trentino Fresco.
Darren Fresco said the incident "irritated" the Blade Runner and he later fired the 9mm weapon through a car sunroof "out of the blue".
Darren Fresco said the incident irritated the Blade Runner and he later fired the 9mm pistol through a car sunroof "out of the blue".
We had been to the shooting range before and I knew he had a big love of weapons," said Darren Fresco in his testimony during the South African sprinter's trial for shooting dead his girlfriend.
PETER RICKMAN and family, above, visited Tuscany as a guest of Al Fresco Holidays.
The first Catacombs of Priscilla fresco Meehan mentions "depicts a woman deacon in the center vested in a dalmatic, her arms raised in the orans position for public worship.
Summary: A 13th century fresco of the Virgin Mary found at a construction site in Beirut in the 1940's was unveiled Thursday at the National Museum to a crowd of local officials and dignitaries, including the Vatican ambassador.
George, the pearl of medieval fresco painting in Macedonia, on whose wall the oldest Macedonian fresco--the Angel of Kurbinovo--was painted.
Art researchers and scientists said on Monday that a high-tech project using tiny video probes has uncovered evidence that a fresco by Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci lost for five centuries may still exist behind a wall of Florence's city hall.
Meanwhile, Al Fresco Holidays, part of the TUI-Thomson group, offers seven nights' self-catering in Park Albatros, Tuscany, only 65 miles from Pisa, from a total of pounds 143 for groups of up to six people, including the cost of Channel crossings.
When mixed with red wine it makes a drink the company is calling Vino Fresco.