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Paganini

[ pag-uh-nee-nee, pah-guh-; Italian pah-gah-nee-nee ]
/ ˌpæg əˈni ni, ˌpɑ gə-; Italian ˌpɑ gɑˈni ni /
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Nic·co·lò [nik-uh-loh; Italian neek-kaw-law], /ˈnɪk əˌloʊ; Italian ˌnik kɔˈlɔ/, 1784–1840, Italian composer and violinist.

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Paganini
/ (Italian paɡaˈniːni) /

noun

Niccolò (nikkoˈlɔ). 1782–1840, Italian violinist and composer
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