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Cassini

[ kuh-see-nee, kah- ]
/ kəˈsi ni, kɑ- /
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noun
O·leg [oh-leg], /ˈoʊ lɛg/, Oleg Cassini-Loiewski, 1913–2006, U.S. fashion designer and businessman, born in France.
a walled plain in the first quadrant of the face of the moon: about 36 miles (56 km) in diameter.
Geometry. oval of Cassini.
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Cassini
/ (kæˈsiːnɪ) /

noun
Giovanni Domenico. 1625–1712, French astronomer, born in Italy. He discovered (1675) Cassini's division, the gap that divides Saturn's rings into two parts, and four of Saturn's moons
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