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Ciano

Galeazzo, full name Conte Galeazzo Ciano di Cortellazzo. 1903--44, Italian fascist politician; minister of foreign affairs (1936--43) and son-in-law of Mussolini, whose supporters shot him
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I am being terribly unfair to people who took me on ferry-boat rides, paid for my haircuts, and kept from talking about Itlere in my presence, even in French, or about the ugly Contessa Ciano, the nee Mussolini.
Among the contemporaries named in Bronzino's poems are Pier Francesco Ricci, Cosimo's majordomo and secretary, the woodworker Giovan Battista Tasso, the poets Francesco Berni, Giovanni Della Casa, and Benedetto Varchi, Ciano, a perfume maker, and Giovanni Mazzuoli (also known as Lo Stradino).
The Ciano line of premium ice cream cups has been expanded by four with the introduction of Vanilla-Pecan, Truffel-Cherry (vanilla and chocolate truffel ice cream with cherry sauce and chocolate shavings), Strawberry and Diet Strawberry flavors.
His Excellency Count Ciano, the Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, has instructed me to inform Your Excellency that coherently with the policy so far followed, Italy aims at ensuring the complete independence and territorial integrity of Syria and the Lebanon as well as of Iraq and the countries under British mandate.
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Nakumatt MD Atul Shah and Uchumi CEO Jonathan Ciano were present during the occasion.
Galeazzo Ciano even set up a press agency in Cairo to further the regime's propaganda.
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45 East 22nd Street, which once housed the tony Ciano restaurant, was bought by Gerald Lieblich for $3.
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The sports-mad cleric loved boxing and hurling and was an amateur golfing champ, often playing with Count Ciano, Mussolini's son-in-law, and ex-king Alfonso of Spain.