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Nitti

[ neet-tee ]

noun

  1. Fran·ces·co Sa·ve·rio [f, r, ahn-, ches, -kaw sah-, ve, -, r, yaw], 1868–1953, Italian lawyer, statesman, and economist.


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The aim of the portal and integrating into the show is to “enhance the overall experience for the viewer” as well as showcase the company’s 5G technology, said Nitti.

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It’s unclear how much Verizon will spend on the Oscars campaign as Nitti declined to specify the cost of the integration, the ad spots or the social spending.

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It was favored by Premier Nitti, some brilliant speeches were made and it passed by 174 ayes, 55 noes.

Nitti is the type of man who is made by his endowment and by his environment.

And Nitti and d'Annunzio agreed with these interested parties in opposing a solution other than the overlordship of Italy.

As Nitti had warned at San Remo, she would "not send a single soldier nor pay a single lira."

He refused to deal with Giolitti, even as he had rejected the advances of Nitti.

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