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Albanese

[ al-buh-ney-zuh, -suh, -zee, ahl-; Italian ahl-bah-ne-ze ]
/ ˌæl bəˈneɪ zə, -sə, -zi, ˈɑl-; Italian ˌɑl bɑˈnɛ zɛ /
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Li·cia [lee-chee-uh; Italian lee-chah], /ˈli tʃi ə; Italian ˈli tʃɑ/, 1913–2014, Italian operatic soprano.
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