[al-fey-oh;; italian ahl-fe-aw] /ælˈfeɪ oʊ;; italian ɑlˈfɛ ɔ/ (show ipa), 1885–1966, u.s. sculptor, born in italy.
amintore [ah-meen-taw-re] /ˌɑ minˈtɔ rɛ/ (show ipa), 1908–1999, italian statesman: premier 1954, 1958–59, and 1960–63. historical examples there exists an elder codex of which fanfani and his followers were ignorant. renaissance in italy, volume 1 (of 7) john addington symonds
alessandro [ah-les-sahn-draw] /ˌɑ lɛsˈsɑn drɔ/ (show ipa), duke of parma, 1545–92, italian general, statesman, and diplomat. historical examples farnese, aroused by the news of his exploits,continued success of maurice. europe in the sixteenth century 1494-1598, fifth edition a. h. (arthur henry) johnson and whilst you have grown weak, farnese has been growing strong. the strolling […]
armande hippolyte louis [ar-mahn ee-paw-leet lwee] /arˈmɑ̃ i pɔˈlit lwi/ (show ipa), 1819–96, french physicist. historical examples the velocity of light was experimentally found, in 1862, by fizeau and foucault, each using an independent method. history of astronomy george forbes i shall endeavor to make the principle of fizeau’s apparatus clear to you. popular scientific […]
arthur (“dutch schultz”) 1902–35, u.s. gangster.
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andré hercule de [ahn-drey er-kyl duh] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ ɛrˈkül də/ (show ipa), 1653–1743, french cardinal and statesman. claude [klohd] /kloʊd/ (show ipa), 1640–1723, french ecclesiastical historian. noun andré hercule de (ɑ̃dre ɛrkyl də). 1653–1743, french cardinal and statesman: louis xv’s chief adviser and virtual ruler of france (1726–43)