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Scalia

[skuh-lee-uh] /skəˈli ə/
noun
1.
Antonin
[an-tuh-nin] /ˈæn tə nɪn/ (Show IPA),
born 1936, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1986.
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  • Castelforte and Scalia walked out upon the plain, gesticulating.

    The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao
  • Castelforte and Scalia turned back slowly, arguing the while.

    The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao
  • The sharp, hard ring of the swords cast on the grass by Scalia checked him.

    The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao
  • Scalia stayed at Sangiorgio's left, and Bomba at Oldofredi's left.

    The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao
  • Once a minute Castelforte and Scalia filled Sangiorgio's glass.

    The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao

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