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Mazzini

Giuseppe . 1805--72, Italian nationalist. In 1831, in exile, he established the Young Italy association in Marseille, which sought to unite Italy as a republic. In 1849 he was one of the triumvirate that ruled the short-lived Roman republic
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The Satinder- Mazzini combination, which has been the main reason behind the team's success of late, once again yielded a goal as Mazzini scored from a very difficult angle to make it 5- 4.
Alberto Mario Banti's "The Remembrance of Heroes" discusses the funeral celebrations of Garibaldi, Mazzini, and Vittorio Emanuele.
Mazzini immediately returned and became one of the three leaders of the new republican government.
And I want to thank all those people who were near the Mazzini Bridge at that time and tried to help Vincent.
Mazzini sets out to wipe out all the D'Ascoynes standing between him and the Dukedom.
Veteran Mazzini, who runs in Rowe's own colours, was winning for the second time at Fontwell this season when beating Shemardi by two lengths in the two-mile-six-furlong handicap hurdle.
As might be expected, the book begins with an examination of the legal vocabulary of slavery (terms such as schiavo, servus, and ancilla), but also explores the personal names given to slaves, indirect sources of the slaves' own words, and the learned and literary stories and reflections traced forward to Giuseppe Mazzini and the Italian Antislavery Society (founded in 1903), even to Gramsci.
Mr Powell, who is excellent, plays Louis Mazzini the wronged heir to the d'Ascoyne dukedom, whose driving ambitions to don the golden strawberry lives turns him into a serial killer.
Aversa's only hotel, the Hotel del Sole, is centrally situated at 27 Via Mazzini.
At the picturesque Army Equestrian Centre, Elevation took the lead through their Argentine player Gerardo Mazzini in the first minute of the opening chukker.
After retiring from the Paul Taylor Dance Company to undergo a hip replacement, Annmaria Mazzini began the quest for her second act.