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/ ˈkrɔ tʃɛ /
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Be·ne·det·to [be-ne-det-taw], /ˌbɛ nɛˈdɛt tɔ/, 1866–1952, Italian statesman, philosopher, and historian.
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Words nearby Croce
Croat, Croatia, Croatian, Croato-Serb, croc, Croce, crocein, crochet, crochet hook, crochetwork, crocidolite
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Roasted Clams With Baconby Julia della Croce The James Beard Award nominee shares her way to bacon-ize classic roasted clams.What to Eat|Cookstr.com|August 25, 2009|DAILY BEAST
After these plain words Santa Croce "departed without attaining his most cruel request."History of the Rise of the Huguenots|Henry Baird
Croce is therefore perfectly right in saying that a work of literary art can never be translated.Language|Edward Sapir
The Pope overruled the objection and he was buried in an obscure corner of the little cemetery of Saint Croce, the grave unmarked.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12|Elbert Hubbard
Witness the resurrected frescoes in Santa Croce at Florence!The Florentine Painters of the Renaissance|Bernhard Berenson
An English translation of the Santa Croce story might well be placed in this room.A Wanderer in Venice|E.V. Lucas
British Dictionary definitions for Croce
/ (Italian ˈkroːtʃe) /
Benedetto (beneˈdetto). 1866–1952, Italian philosopher, critic, and statesman: an opponent of Fascism, he helped re-establish liberalism in postwar Italy
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