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Lorenzetti

[ lawr-uhn-zet-ee; Italian law-ren-dzet-tee ]
/ ˌlɔr ənˈzɛt i; Italian ˌlɔ rɛnˈdzɛt ti /
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Am·bro·gio [ahm-braw-jaw], /ɑmˈbrɔ dʒɔ/, c1319–48, and his brother, Pie·tro [pye-traw], /ˈpyɛ trɔ/, c1305–48, Italian painters.
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