Affile

Af·file' transitive verb [ Old French afiler , French affiler , to sharpen; a (L. ad ) + fil thread, edge.] To polish. [ Obsolete]
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Affile

• (v. t.) To polish.
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Affile

Affile (Afilae) is a comune (municipality) in the province of Rome in the Italian region Latium, located about {convert|50|km|mi} east of Rome. ==History== Archaeology has showed the existence of a pre-Roman centre here, on the border of the lands of the Hernici and the Aequi. In the 1st century AD it is mentioned as oppidum Afile by Frontinus. It...
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Affile

Also allowable term for the DOC area Cesanese di Affile ; See there.
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