[nair-ee; Italian ne-ree]
- Saint PhilipFilippo Neri, 1515–95, Italian priest: founder of Congregation of the Oratory.
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"The economic numbers simply do not suggest a reversal of fortune that would explain the discontent we are seeing," says Neri.
"Optimism can quickly turn to frustration, especially among youth," says Neri.
Our road does not get any easier as we enter the Neri valley.The Cradle of Mankind
His mission was to crush the Bianchi and the people, and to uplift the Neri.Giovanni Boccaccio, a Biographical Study
It leans to the side of the Neri, from its dread of brilliant colours.Colour as a Means of Art
It was my father who got you a place here with massaro Neri.Under the Shadow of Etna
The city was divided into two hostile camps, those of the Bianchi and the Neri.The Well of Saint Clare
- Saint Philip. Italian name Filippo de' Neri. 1515–95, Italian priest; founder of the Congregation of the Oratory (1564). Feast day: May 26