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 (zĕ-kē′nō) also zec·chin or zech·in (zĕk′ĭn)
n. pl. zec·chi·ni (-nē) or zec·chi·nos also zec·chins or zech·ins
See sequin.

[Italian; see sequin.]


n, pl -ni (-nɪ)
(Historical Terms) another word for sequin2
[C18: from Italian; see sequin]
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Ah, the good horse that was brought all the long way from Barbary, he takes no more care of him than if he were a wild ass's colt and the noble armour, that was worth so many zecchins to Joseph Pareira, the armourer of Milan, besides seventy in the hundred of profits, he cares for it as little as if he had found it in the highways
He had managed to coax old Brus, the gardener, into letting him have the key to the little postern gate on the plea that he wished to indulge in a midnight escapade, hinting broadly of a fair lady who was to be the partner of his adventure, and, what was more to the point with Brus, at the same time slipping a couple of golden zecchins into the gardener's palm.
Further, two gold zecchins were not often come by so easily as this; and if the dear Lord Jesus saw fit, in his infinite wisdom, to take this means of rewarding his poor servant it ill became such a worm as he to ignore the divine favor.
De Benedictis P, Marciano S, Scaravelli D, Priori P, Zecchin B, Capua I, et al.
Bardelli A, Corso S, Bertotti A, Hobor S, Valtorta E, Siravegna G, Sartore-Bianchi A, Scala E, Cassingena A, Zecchin D, Apicella M, Migliardi G, Galimi F, Lauricella C, Zanon C, Perera T, Veronese S, Corti G, Amatu A, Gambacorta M, Diaz LA Jr.
1997) reported that their single component data in the same test apparatus were overpredicted 25% to 55% by the correlations of Shah (1979), Cavallini and Zecchin (1966), and Traviss et al.
Pictured is a vase designed by Vittorio Zecchin for Venini in 1921.
I would like to thank the following for their contributions,Alison Zecchin, Renee de Neve, Julia Poole, Christine Duffield, Judith Donoghue and Susie Lang.
We seek to further improve the way in which SIM2 interacts with its customers bringing them to a new, stronger level of partnership," stated Massimo Zecchin, COO of SIM2 USA.
Sweeney-Kerwin, Carbone, O'Brien, Zecchin, and Janecky (2007) transferred control of mand responses by children diagnosed with ASD from nonverbal stimuli (i.
The reports also note that Ciao Bella's executive chef, Danilo Zecchin, has moved to Eugene from the East Coast but there is no word as to whether the company will use a local manufacturer or open its own production plant.
Todd Zecchin, the captain of the vessel which has been stationed in the port city south of Tokyo since 1998.