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Malatesta

/ malaˈtɛsta /

noun

  1. an Italian family that ruled Rimini from the 13th to the 16th century


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That Malatesta—Luigi his name it is—why you think he comes on this school?

Malatesta got out, but not in the spirit of obedience demanded of him.

Presently he glanced at Bill and then at Gus, nodding; he turned to Malatesta.

We have however no proof that the youth with yellow hair is indeed, as hitherto reported, a portrait of Galeazzo Malatesta.

Rossi noticed Malatesta among them, the man whose life he had spared in the duel he had been compelled to fight.

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