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Bassano

[ buh-sah-noh; Italian bahs-sah-naw ]

noun

  1. Ja·co·po [yah, -kaw-paw], Giacomo da Ponte, 1510–92, Italian painter.
  2. his sons Fran·ces·co [f, r, ahn-, ches, -kaw], 1549–92, Giam·bat·tis·ta da Pon·te [jahm-baht-, tees, -tahdah-, pawn, -te], 1533–?; Gi·ro·la·mo da Ponte [jee-, raw, -lah-maw], 1566–1621; Le·an·dro [le-, ahn, -d, r, aw], 1557–1623, Italian painters.


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At the battle of Bassano, of the five flags wrested from the enemy Lannes captured two with his own hands.

In 1253, this fiend in human shape captured Bassano by storm, after a tiresome siege.

The Duc de Bassano was at that particular time, and for a very good reason, the object of M. de Talleyrand's displeasure.

He tells me some amusing things about the Duc de Bassano and M. Humann.

M. de Bassano was imperturbably signing things and working with great ardour at the Ministry of the Interior.

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