In the Cavour high school in central Rome, mice run through the halls, nibbling on open wiring and nesting in the lockers.
Cavour appealed to the doctrine of the popular will to be expressed by a plebiscite.
The Cavour Theory, it said in worn gold letters on the spine.
Cavour achieved a great moral victory, perhaps the greatest result any statesman can gain from a treaty of peace.
The Cavour Hyperdrive, that was the rainbow's end Alan would chase now.
The people of central Italy wanted union and Cavour turned again to see what Napoleon would do.
Alan approached and gave the robot Cavour's thirteen-century-old address.
Accordingly Cavour plied every art to accelerate the inevitable revolution.
Lexman succeeded—but how do you know Cavour didn't succeed as well?
Mazzini's Italian was such as only an Italian could speak, and Cavour would know it.