[ ah-ze-lyaw ]
/ ɑˈzɛ lyɔ /
Mas·si·mo Ta·pa·rel·li [mahs-see-maw tah-pah-rel-lee] /ˈmɑs siˌmɔ ˌtɑ pɑˈrɛl li/, Marchese d',1798–1866, Italian statesman and author.
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Example sentences from the Web for azeglio
Azeglio spoke bitterly of English policy, stigmatised it as belonging to a past age, the rags of old traditions.
By the by, why does Azeglio write against Rome being the capital just now?