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Girgenti

(Italian dʒirˈdʒɛnti)
n
(Placename) a former name (until 1927) of Agrigento

A•gri•gen•to

(ˌɑ griˈdʒɛn tɔ)

n.
a city in S Italy. 51,931.
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