Malatesta


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Malatesta

(Italian malaˈtɛsta)
n
(Biography) an Italian family that ruled Rimini from the 13th to the 16th century
References in classic literature ?
We are not in the time of Malatesta and Castruccio Castracani.
Meet a cast of larger-than-life characters, including Pasquale's young nephew Ernesto and his girlfriend Norina, as well as local geezer Malatesta and his travelling band, who hang around Pasquale's kebab van after their long nights of boozing.
Enter his louche pal Malatesta, a snakehipped Russell Brand type, who hatches a plot with Ernesto's eco-warrior girlfriend Norina to trick Pasquale into welcoming back Ernesto from exile in Swansea.
Malatesta is an attorney and shareholder with Hagwood and Tipton and practices from the Ridgeland and Greenville offices.
And the firms headed over to the zoo to meet Nicole Malatesta, the fundraising officer at the Coventry City of Culture Trust, and some of the animals.
John Malatesta, 46, as Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Robert Gryn, 32, Codewise's founding CEO, Wednesday (10/17).
| A Malatesta, construction of two-storey extension and alterations, 547, New Hey Road, Mount.
Pagan Virtue in a Christian World: Sigismondo Malatesta and the Italian Renaissance.
Estas ocurrencias huyeron de mi mente cuando lei la primera frase, coloquial, de la novela poetica de Julian Malatesta:
Vasta es la obra critica consagrada a la figura del anarquista italiano Errico Malatesta y a su rol en el movimiento libertario peninsular e internacional, y con razon.