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On the benches of the loggia men lie asleep in the shadow, and children chase one another among the statues.
There in the loggia above the garden she dined with the newly-married ladies of the city.
In the background two maids search for a gown in a great chest under a loggia.
The other loggia is on the ground-floor of his house on the bridge, and is covered with scenes in fresco.
Ftatateeta seats herself on the step of the loggia, and sits there, watching the scene with sybilline intensity.
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The court breaks into derisive laughter; and a great chattering begins, amid which Rufio, a Roman officer, appears in the loggia.
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Pothinus appears in the loggia, and comes down the hall very haughtily to Caesar's left hand.
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She runs out through the loggia, kissing her hand to Mark Antony across the sea.
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Rufio enters the loggia hastily, passing behind the soldier to look out through one of the arches at the quay beneath.
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Quite relieved, he goes up to the loggia and watches the preparations of the troops on the beach.
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WORDS RELATED TO LOGGIA

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nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION