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For Italian kings so named, use Humbert.
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Victor Emmanuel III's 46-year reign, which started in 1900 after the assassination of his father Umberto I, encompassed the period of fascist rule in Italy under dictator Benito Mussolini.
Umberto Scappaticci, known as Scap, rushed to help the elderly lady after she called in a panic when the furry creature turned up at her home in the Cloona area of West Belfast.
Umberto becomes the prime suspect and will be charged with murder.
HAIR brand Umberto Giannini launched a new salon concept hair studio with an evening of glamour.
Assante owns and runs the restaurant at the base of the property, da Umberto.
SafeCharge (AIM: SCH), a leader in advanced payment technologies, has said that it has named Umberto Corridori as vice president of sales for Europe.
Umberto Palermo, an Italy-based designer, has launched a boutique car maker called Mole that specialises in producing high-end electric vehicles, Leftlane News has reported.
THE author of the novel The Name Of The Rose Umberto Eco has died at the age of 84.
ITALIAN author Umberto Eco, best known for the international best-seller The Name Of The Rose, has died.
L'ecrivain et philosophe italien Umberto Eco, auteur du celebre roman "Le Nom de la rose", est decede a l'age de 84 ans, ont annonce dans la nuit de vendredi a samedi plusieurs medias italiens.
Appointed to his current role in January 2007, Umberto Maria Cini is the Managing Director for Maserati Middle East, India and Africa.
30am yesterday that Umberto D'Olivate was not eligible to run six and a half hours later in the intermediate handicap chase at Lingfield, despite the seven-year-old having passed both the entry stage and Monday's declarations without a red flag being raised.