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Cagliostro

[ kal-yoh-stroh; Italian kah-lyaws-traw ]
/ kælˈyoʊ stroʊ; Italian kɑˈlyɔs trɔ /
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noun
Count A·les·san·dro di [ah-les-sahn-draw dee], /ˌɑ lɛsˈsɑn drɔ di/, Giuseppe Balsamo, 1743–95, Italian adventurer and impostor.
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Cagliostro
/ (Italian kaʎˈʎostro) /

noun
Count Alessandro di (alesˈsandro di), original name Giuseppe Balsamo. 1743–95, Italian adventurer and magician, who was imprisoned for life by the Inquisition for his association with freemasonry
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