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.
SUBMITTED | | A Malatesta, construction of 2 storey extension and alterations, 547, New Hey Road, Mount.
Nicole Malatesta, of Coventry City of Culture Trust, added: "We are now only weeks away from finding out if we are UK City of Culture in 2021.
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.
The Method of Freedom: An Errico Malatesta Reader Edinburgh: AK Press, 2014; 530pp; ISBN 9781849351447
Enrico Tuccinardi and Salvatore Mazzariello, Architettura di una chimera: Rivoluzione e complotti in una lettera dell'anarchico Malatesta reinterpretata alia luce di inediti documenti d'archivio, Universitas Studiorum: Mantova, 2014; 184 pp.
I can walk from Hell's Kitchen to the High Line down to 14th Street, and then it's Just a handful of blocks to Malatesta for dinner.
said Jason Malatesta, Head of Partners and Alliances at Dow Jones.
Michela Battistelli, (1) Manuela Malatesta, (2) and Stefania Meschini (3)
Little does he know that Malatesta is actually plotting on Ernesto's behalf, and the woman he thinks he has married, Sofronia, is actually Ernesto's love interest Norina, who is participating in the plan to teach Don Pasquale a lesson.
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To teach Ernesto a lesson, the Don plans to marry and cut his nephew from his will but Dr Malatesta (Nicholas Lester) comes up with a cunning plan.