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Marcantonio

[mahr-kan-toh-nee-oh; Italian mahr-kahn-taw-nyaw] /ˌmɑr kænˈtoʊ ni oʊ; Italian ˌmɑr kɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/
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  • Diana laid her fingers gently on his arm, and Marcantonio broke out into solicitous protestations.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • Marcantonio himself was among the foremost in this movement.

  • Again she involuntarily drew a comparison in her mind between Marcantonio and some one, something she could not define.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • Marcantonio was really delighted to do anything his wife might wish.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • Marcantonio turned away for a moment, and got out his revolver.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • "The Germans need not paint the devil," retorted Marcantonio, irrelevantly.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • "It is better to laugh at it than to cry at it," said Marcantonio, without meaning anything.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • Marcantonio passed his hand over his eyes and sighed as he sat watching them.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • Marcantonio was talking pleasantly, with a quick smile that came and went at every minute.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford
  • Marcantonio was charmed with his idea; it seemed the most natural thing in the world.

    To Leeward F. Marion Crawford

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