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One of the most eminent (Bembo) considers it to be nothing more than an unconnected string of proverbs.
She half heard Bembo's rapid high-pitched excitement over trifles.The Happy End|Joseph Hergesheimer
Bembo, cardinal and man of letters, was born in Venice in 1470 and died in 1547.
The famous Cardinal Bembo and other literati made the island their retreat, and beautified it with gardens and fountains.Venetian Life|William Dean Howells
Then the Calle Bembo, and then various offices on the fondamenta, under chiefly red façades.A Wanderer in Venice|E.V. Lucas