zingaro


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zingaro

(ˈdzinɡaro) or feminine

zingara

n, pl -ri (-ri) , -re (-re)
(Peoples) an Italian Gypsy
[C16: ultimately from Greek Athinganoi, name of an oriental people]
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ZINGARO A An Italian gypsy B Type of sword C Chorus who am I?
The trees, now in their 80s are flourishing and the grove has views of the Tyrrhenian Sea to the north and the Zingaro Natural reserve to the west.
Police chief Riccardo Zingaro said: "Some carriages are completely crumpled.
Riccardo Zingaro, the chief of the local police in Andria, told Sky the crash was "a great tragedy".
I think there are many dead,' said Riccardo Zingaro, commander of the municipal department of Andria.
There is a correlation between social presence and online interaction and a perceived level of learning (Oztok, Zingaro, & Makos, 2013).
Joseph Zingaro of Clarion Partners managed the transaction on behalf of the buyer.
Besides her husband Luigi, brother Francesco and three sisters, Teresa Parise, Elesa Cassenelli and Vincenza Zingaro, and a son in law, Donald Belsito, all pre deceased her.