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Ciacco

Florentine damned to the third circle of Hell for gluttony. [Ital. Lit.: Dante Inferno]
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8 illustrates the truth that in the sphere of sinful activity, no individual, however corrupt, is ever fully immune from exploitation by an even more accomplished sinner: every Cecco has his Cecco and every Biondello, his Ciacco.
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Frank Ciacco, a former forensic expert at the US National Transportation Safety Board, said: "Intact bodies and multiple fractures are a good indicator of mid-flight break up.
Typically, if you see intact bodies and multiple fractures - arm, leg, hip fractures - it's a good indicator of a mid-flight break up," said Frank Ciacco, a former forensic expert at the US National Transportation Safety Board.
Typically, if you see intact bodies and multiple fractures -- arm, leg and hip fractures -- it's a good indicator of a midflight break up," said Frank Ciacco, a former forensic expert at the U.
Typically, if you see intact bodies and multiple fractures - arm, leg, hip fractures - it's a good indicator of a midflight break up,'' said Frank Ciacco, a former forensic expert at the US National Transportation Safety Board.
Frank Ciacco said large chunks of debris, like the one pictured, are another clue.
Ciacco, a licensed clinical psychologist and a certified school psychologist, explores strategies for supporting grieving children to ensure a healthy passage into adulthood.
The prophecies and explanations of Ciacco (Inferno VI), Farinata (Inferno X), and Cacciaguida are far clearer, for example, that the inscrutable oracles of the ancients: per chiare parole e con preciso/ latin rispuose quello amor paterno, Dante says of Cacciaguida's terrible words (Inferno XVII: 34-35).
Eve aside, from Dante's notorious Ciacco in the third circle of the Inferno (Canto 6) to William Langland's Piers Plowman, the Pardoner of Chaucer inveighing against gluttony, Shakespeare's Falstaff and Ben Jonson's "Hymn to the Belly," gluttony in literature since Eden (if not its sister sin of lust) has been most characteristically a male vice.
But first there was a delightful lunch stop at the friendly Trattoria Ciacco in Gioia del Colle and a visit to the impressive Castello Normanno- Svevo, one of a slew of Norman castles built during the reign of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen in the 13th century.