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Panettone vs. Stolen

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Panettonenoun

A soft Italian sourdough brioche from Milan, with candied fruit, usually prepared for Christmas as a dessert.

Stolenadjective

That has been stolen.

Panettone

Panettone (, Italian: [panetˈtoːne]; Milanese: panetton [paneˈtũː]) is an Italian type of sweet bread originally from Milan, usually prepared and enjoyed for Christmas and New Year in Western, Southern, and Southeastern Europe as well as in Latin America, Eritrea, Australia, the United States and Canada.It has a cupola shape, which extends from a cylindrical base and is usually about 12–15 cm high for a panettone weighing 1 kg. Other bases may be used, such as an octagon, or a frustum with a star section shape more common to pandoro.

Stolen

p. p. of Steal.

Stolenadjective

taken dishonestly;

‘the purloined letter’;

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