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Massimo
[mahs-see-maw] /ˈmɑs si mɔ/ (Show IPA), 1878–1960, Italian novelist.
noun
Massimo. 1878–1960, Italian dramatist, poet, novelist, and critic. His works include the play Nostra Dea (1925) and the novel The Faithful Lover (1953)

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