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 main aim of these groups was to drive out the invaders and regain their land, for example the Carbonari.
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The efforts of such groups as the Italian Carbonari, the Anarchist followers of Michael Bakunin, and the Socialist and Communist descendants of Karl Marx gained impetus from the Illuminati and have sought to achieve Weishaupt's goal.
Derby have already agreed settlements with defenders Horacio Carbonari and Bjorn Otto Bragstad which will see both players follow O'Neil and McArdle out of the club at the turn of the year.
The Dutch striker, who almost quit the game because of an arm injury suffered in a car accident, sent Derby spinning out with an injury time penalty after Horacio Carbonari hauled down Clint Hill.
HORACIO CARBONARI was handed his first start of the season by John Gregory and seized on his unexpected recall by grabbing the winner.
Burley looked on in despair as Argentinean defender Horacio Carbonari earned all three points for Derby.