[al-buh-ney-zuh, -suh, -zee, ahl-; Italian ahl-bah-ne-ze]
- Li·cia [lee-chee-uh; Italian lee-chah] /ˈli tʃi ə; Italian ˈli tʃɑ/, 1913–2014, Italian operatic soprano.
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Examples from the Web for albanese
Perhaps sensing he was losing his battle to win his wife back, Albanese apparently lost control.Italy Struggles With Spate of Domestic-Violence Murders
Barbie Latza Nadeau
March 16, 2012
But Albanese tells me he did not mean to imply that domestic sex trafficking is not a serious issue.Sex-Trafficking Feud
July 7, 2011
“We just wanted to make sure our sense of humor clicked with hers,” said Albanese.From Playboy to The Daily Show
June 7, 2010
Albanese, who draws inspiration from lyrics, movies and everyday life, often takes up to two months to execute each “small world.”
Albanese typically sells his work for $1,000 and up, and he makes editions of 10 for each size print.
When he fell ill, he was taken care of, most affectionately even, by the Albanese.My Recollections of Lord Byron
The same may be said of valencia and poplin de laine, either with Albanese stripes on a plain ground, or a large plaid pattern.