- Ella T(am·bus·si) [tam-boo-see] /tæmˈbu si/, 1919–81, U.S. politician: congresswoman 1971–75; governor of Connecticut 1975–80.
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Home I must not go, for if Grasso should be there, what shall I say?
Grasso and the others, acted with perfect unanimity, singly and in crowds.Plays, Acting and Music
Grasso, hearing himself so named by every one of them, exclaimed, "what can this mean?"
Grasso no sooner saw him, than he rose; the Priest said, "Good night, Matteo."
The fellow having delivered his message, Grasso came to the little window, and bowed to them.