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signor

, signior
an Italian man: usually used before a name as a title equivalent to Mr
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Signor Giovanni, I will stake my life upon it, you are the subject of one of Rappaccini's experiments
THAT, signor professor, were an untoward experiment.
You are a connoisseur in flowers, signor," said Beatrice, with a smile, alluding to the bouquet which he had flung her from the window.
Would you deign to be my instructress, I should prove an apter scholar than if taught by Signor Rappaccini himself.
But pray, signor, do not believe these stories about my science.
I would fain feel nothing towards you save respect and deference; but I pray you to observe, signor, that there is one subject on which we must not speak.
And the man in charge at Signor Prosecco, Cristian Saba, is confident his bar will prove a big hit with lovers of the sparkling drink.
En sus Memorias Giacomo Casanova cuenta que cierto signor Bragadin le pregunto un dia que como era posible que un muchacho tan joven como el manejara tantos conocimientos, que si no disponia de un medio sobrenatural para lograrlo (en sus Memorias Casanova es todo menos modesto).
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 11, 2016-US workers' Compensation Specialists Franco Signor, Tropics Software Combine Forces
The original press photograph of Italian motorist Signor Foresti, taken moments before a famous car crash on Pendine Sands, in 1927, as he attempts to break the world land speed record, is to be given pride of place at the museum.
com)-- The Dan Signor Project will headline this spring's “Alive in the World” Concert benefiting The Foundation for The Developmentally Disabled.