Brindisi


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a port city in southeastern Apulia in Italy

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Brindisi Breeze's defeat of hotpot Boston Bob at the festival followed similarly impressive victories at Kelso, Newcastle and Haydock.
Security officials in Brindisi said that the unarmed hijacker, who has been identified by Turkish authorities as Hakan Ekinci, wanted to deliver a message to Pope Benedict XVI.
A further 420 Kosovo Albanians, carrying counterfeit travel documents, arrived in Brindisi on three ferries yesterday and 110 more were discovered on beaches to the north of the port.
Brindisi Breeze (centre) holds off Boston Bob (left) and Grand Vision for an impressive success in the Albert Bartlett
BBC Radio 3 launches a new chamber series at the Adrian Boult Hall on Wednesday lunchtime (1pm), when the Brindisi Quartet plays Schubert.
Cara Brindisi is a natural stage performer who lights up a room with her girl-next-door wholesomeness and angelic voice.
And Brindisi Breeze showed a fierce courage that Braveheart would have been proud of as he put his rivals to the sword in the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle.
Worcester has 60 confirmed cases of flu to date, according to Derek Brindisi, director of public health for the city of Worcester and the Central Massachusetts Regional Public Health Alliance.
MICHAEL FENTON rides the former Barry Hills-trained filly Brindisi in an open-looking renewal of the Group 3 P remio Carlo Chiesa at the Capannelle, Rome, today.
To celebrate this occasion (and marking its second large-scale pun in one year) the store is offering a four-day sale on vinyl, and local favorite musician Cara Brindisi will be playing a set.
Brindisi has struggled on her two starts since finishing fourth to Celtic Heroine in the Sandringham Stakes at Royal Ascot.