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Gennaro

[juh-nahr-oh; Italian jen-nah-raw] /dʒəˈnɑr oʊ; Italian dʒɛnˈnɑ rɔ/
noun
1.
San
[san;; Italian sahn] /sæn;; Italian sɑn/ (Show IPA),
Januarius.
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  • "This is the reminder so that Gennaro and his father-in-law will not forget," I gasped.

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  • We found Gennaro awaiting us with the greatest anxiety at the opera-house.

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  • Gennaro's eyes filled with tears as he grasped Kennedy's hand.

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  • "Wait, wait," said a voice which I recognised instantly as Gennaro's.

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  • That other voice said to Gennaro, 'Sit down while I count this.'

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  • If he answers, "Not without Gennaro," lay the newspaper down on the table.

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  • There must be more back of this than merely to scare Gennaro.

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  • "Wait, wait," said a voice which I recognized instantly as Gennaro's.

  • Left to herself, she sees in the moonlight Gennaro's open tool box.

  • Gennaro, who has followed her to the haunt of the Camorrists, enters.

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