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/ ˌɑl bɛˈrɔ ni /
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Giu·lio [joo-lyaw], /ˈdʒu lyɔ/, 1664–1752, Italian cardinal and statesman: prime minister of Spain 1715–19.
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Words nearby Alberoni
Albemarle, Albemarle Sound, Albéniz, albergo, Alberich, Alberoni, Albers, Albert, Alberta, Alberta clipper, Albertan
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How to use Alberoni in a sentence
Neither Alberoni nor Casali have seen her, so that you may easily imagine how hopeless are my chances.Gerald Fitzgerald|Charles James Lever
De Vendome found the soup so good that he asked Alberoni to take some with him at his own table.
At dessert Alberoni introduced his business, and profiting by the good humor of Vendome, he twisted him round his finger.
After his first interview with Elizabeth Farnese, the king announced to Alberoni that he was prime minister.
All I know is, that what Alberoni always dreaded, at last happened to him.The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete|Duc de Saint-Simon