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Raimondi

[rahy-mohn-dee, -mon-; Italian rahy-mawn-dee] /raɪˈmoʊn di, -ˈmɒn-; Italian raɪˈmɔn di/
noun
1.
Marcantonio
[mahr-kan-toh-nee-oh;; Italian mahr-kahn-taw-nyaw] /ˌmɑr kænˈtoʊ niˌoʊ;; Italian ˌmɑr kɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/ (Show IPA),
c1480–c1534, Italian engraver.
Also called Marcantonio.
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  • Chiefest of all, the impalement of the old Raimondi on Marta's knife.

    A Likely Story William De Morgan
  • When Raimondi was here in 1865 it was but a “wretched hamlet with a paltry chapel.”

    Inca Land Hiram Bingham
  • Perhaps he built the “mezquina capilla” which Raimondi scorned.

    Inca Land Hiram Bingham
  • Then the river which flowed past was called the Vilcabamba, and is so marked on Raimondi's map.

    Inca Land Hiram Bingham
  • Again we were mystified; for, by Raimondi's map, it should have gone southward.

    Inca Land Hiram Bingham
  • So far as we have been able to learn, only one other explorer had preceded us—the distinguished scientist Raimondi.

    Inca Land Hiram Bingham
  • Raimondi says that he found here cobalt, nickel, silver-bearing copper ore, and lead sulphide.

    Inca Land Hiram Bingham
  • We had brought with us the large sheets of Raimondi's invaluable map which covered this locality.

    Inca Land Hiram Bingham
  • Their first teacher, however, was an Italian, by name Raimondi.

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