- n a New Testament book containing an exposition of the doctrines of Saint Paul; written in AD 58
- n a resident of modern Rome
- n an inhabitant of the ancient Roman Empire
- n a typeface used in ancient Roman inscriptions
- Shane Dye in Sydney Morning Herald
The trouble is they are too cocky,Dye pointed out. "When in Rome do what the Romans do. You cannot be wide here, make a run halfway through a Melbourne Cup. If the track is no good on the fence you can't be on the inside. One year one of...
- Camillo Ruini in guardian.co.uk
I prayed with him for a moment, which profoundly moved me,Cardinal Ruini told Italy's TG5 television channel. "Certainly the Pope has completely left himself in God's hands. I invite all Romans and Italians to intensify prayers for him in...
- Jeffrey Archer in Reuters India
Unquestionably he wanted the Messiah to ride into Jerusalem in front of a triumphant army and defeat the Romans. But that was never Christ's purpose as he kept telling his disciples,Archer said.