Cosimo de Medici

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Noun1.Cosimo de Medici - Italian financier and statesman and friend of the papal court (1389-1464)Cosimo de Medici - Italian financier and statesman and friend of the papal court (1389-1464)
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Generally it has paid to go for an outsider and Cosimo de Medici looks, at double-figure odds, as if he could follow the recent pattern for big-priced winners.
Hughie Morrison, trainer of Cosimo De Medici "He went there on a real high last year, winning his previous two races, but it turned out he had probably shot his bolt by the time he got to the race.
He probably won't, so that leaves COSIMO DE MEDICI.
Cosimo de Medici won the Cesarewitch Trial but he is very poorly drawn in stall 33.
Marwan Koukash The main ante-post players, including Nicky Henderson's Veiled, Sir Mark Prescott's Tuscan Gold, Hughie Morrison's course and distance winner Cosimo de Medici and Dermot Weld's Rainforest Magic, have all stood their ground.
This work, Camillo Rinuccini's Description of the Festivities Celebrated During the Royal Wedding of His Most Serene Highness the Prince of Toscana, don Cosimo de Medici and Maria Magdalena, Archduchess of Austria (1608), (13) described the formal entrance of the bride into the city of Florence and the banquet, dances, plays, horse-ballets, and river festivals that attended it.
Kent, 2000, 8, 161, makes Giovanni Rucellai's pronouncement in his memoirs--"I did these things for the honour of God, the glory of the city and the memory of me"--a mantra characterizing the ruling elite reaching back into the time of Cosimo de Medici.
Zamanja's daughter, Countess Desa (Sandra Ceccarelli), labors mightily to secure Marin's protection from henchman sent to Italy by Luka, but potentially crucial aid from Cosimo de Medici (Andrea Buscemi) is turned down.
One of the first banking houses in Switzerland was established in Basel in the mid Fifteenth Century by Cosimo de Medici, a member of the illustrious Medici merchant family of Florence, which controlled Italian politics for generations and commissioned some of the finest works of art during the Italian Renaissance.
Duca di Firenze il signor Cosimo de Medici et della ill.
In 1537, the young Cosimo de Medici was plucked from relative political obscurity in the Tuscan countryside to lead Florence after the assassination of his cousin, Duke Alessandro de Medici.
A Godric sigue un desfile de personajes cuya historia es una sucesion de aventuras: Cosimo de Medici, el financiero florentino del Renacimiento; Felipe II, el rey de Espana que heredo el imperio mas rico de la historia y lo llevo a la ruina; J.