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Ferrero

[fer-re-raw] /fɛrˈrɛ rɔ/
noun
1.
Guglielmo
[goo-lyel-maw] /guˈlyɛl mɔ/ (Show IPA),
1871–1942, Italian historian and sociologist.
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  • He has not had much leisure for Ruskin and Symonds and Ferrero.

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  • Ferrero's introduction, though short, is substantial, and to the point.

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  • That idea is, as Ferrero points out, an illusion due to distance.

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  • Professor Ferrero leaves this problem in a state of mystery.

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  • Not only Ferrero, but every bull-fighter in the place took a peek at Cogan.

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  • Ferrero looked around the room to make sure the others had heard.

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  • He did so well that Ferrero asked him if he could jump over a horse, and he said he'd try it.

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  • But pardon, señor'—he turned to Ferrero—'attend to me, Ferrero.

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  • And Ferrero gleefully bowed and bowed again to their applause.

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  • Ferrero picked up the cape and flouted it in the bull's eyes.

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