Carbonari


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Carbonari

(ˌkɑːbəˈnɑːrɪ)
pl n, sing -naro (-ˈnɑːrəʊ)
1. (Historical Terms) a secret political society with liberal republican aims, originating in S Italy about 1811 and particularly engaged in the struggle for Italian unification
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a secret political society with liberal republican aims, originating in S Italy about 1811 and particularly engaged in the struggle for Italian unification
[C19: from Italian, plural of carbonaro seller or burner of charcoal, name adopted by the society]
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Ah, ah," murmured he, "is Dantes then a member of some Carbonari society, that his protector thus employs the collective form?
After alluding airily to the Vehmgericht, aqua tofana, Carbonari, the Marchioness de Brinvilliers, the Darwinian theory, the principles of Malthus, and the Ratcliff Highway murders, the article concluded by admonishing the Government and advocating a closer watch over foreigners in England.
The Derby boss puts his side's recent revival down to consistency of selection with his senior stars like captain Darryl Powell, Craig Burley and Carbonari shrugging off early-season injuries.
First Ian Harte put the visitors ahead with a looping 35-yard effort and moments later, Argentine Horacio Carbonari was handed his second red card in five days for tripping Michael Bridges.
At the Fortune Brands (NYSE: FO) annual meeting of shareholders today, chairman and chief executive officer Bruce Carbonari updated shareholders on the previously announced plan to separate the company's three businesses.
HORACIO Carbonari got his first start of the season and seized on it by grabbing the winner.
Richardson last night began a major clear-out, with Horatio Carbonari and Bjorn Otto Bragstadt having their contracts terminated.
COVENTRY CITY loan signing Horacio Carbonari is backing his new club to step up their push for the play-offs over the Easter weekend.
Horacio Carbonari climbed all over the impressive Bent to give Ipswich a spot-kick which should have given them a deserved first-half lead but Marcus Stewart sent his kick clattering against the post.
But then with just two minutes to go to the interval John Eustace charged down an attempted clearance by Horacio Carbonari and tried to flight the ball passed Poom.
Argentinian defender Horacio Carbonari (left) is likely to return to the side after being rested on Saturday, although captain Darryl Powell is set to be out for a further two weeks with a hamstring injury.
DERBY (4-3-1-2): Poom; Jackson, Carbonari, Bragstad, Higginbotham; Eranio (Sturridge, 72), Valakari, Johnson (Murray, 30); Kinkladze; Burton, Christie.