An Italian composer of operas in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He is best known for Madame Butterfly, La Bohème, and Tosca.
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A servant girl with a dog, painted in the 1740s by Giacomo Ceruti, who was nicknamed "Pitocchetto" (the little beggar).
The Daily Pic: In the 1740s, Giacomo Ceruti made the real look realer.
“In Italy, there are 1.8 million children living under the poverty line,” says Giacomo Guerrera, head of UNICEF Italy.Italy Has Europe’s Highest Percentage of Children in Poverty, Says UNICEF|Barbie Latza Nadeau|March 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Puccini has, indeed, an almost unparalleled capacity for a kind of orchestral commentary which is both forceful and succinct.Aspects of Modern Opera|Lawrence Gilman
The doctor got out at the San Giacomo hospital, after making an appointment to sign the record of the duel.The conquest of Rome|Matilde Serao
Zio Giacomo closed the window, and walked angrily up and down his son's room.
A sore and angry Zio Giacomo got into bed, and tried to read the Secolo, and listened to hear if the street-door banged again.
Antonio seemed to enjoy the trip; and soon Zio Giacomo found himself wondering why they had taken it.