from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Stage; a staging; a pier.


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  • It is so heartbreaking when they say "Ci lasceremo alla stagion dei fior'" we'll part in the springtime.

    La Bohème

  • "È la stagion che ognuno s'innamora;" and now young girls steal to their balconies, and linger there for hours, subtly conscious of the young men sauntering to and fro, and looking up at them from beneath.

    Venetian Life

  • The woman fled on foot after stealing cash and smokes from the Esso stagion at 1545

    Ottawa Sun


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