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Cavalcanti

/Italian kavalˈkanti/
noun
1.
Guido (ˈɡwiːdo). ?1255–1300, Italian poet, noted for his love poems
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  • Galeotto ate enormously, cavalcanti daintily, I but little, and Bianca nothing.

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  • "It is well," he said, at last, and passed the sheet to cavalcanti.

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  • "That is your excellency's own concern, not mine," said cavalcanti coldly.

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  • "Then you mistake my intention," rejoined cavalcanti, with an icy dignity.

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  • But that night, when I had retired to my chamber, I was visited by cavalcanti.

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  • And yet I knew that it was true, and I cursed my blindness and cavalcanti's.

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  • That very night I would seek out cavalcanti ere I retired to sleep.

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  • "The tribunal will need, then, to await some other opportunity," said cavalcanti suddenly.

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  • "His visit is now in its third week," said cavalcanti, answering mechanically.

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  • "He is in the clutches of the Holy Office," answered cavalcanti miserably.

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