- Se·bas·tia·no [se-bahs-tyah-naw] /ˌsɛ bɑsˈtyɑ nɔ/, 1660?–1734, Italian painter.
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Justices Kennedy, Roberts, Alito, Thomas, and Scalia overruled Sotomayor's decision in Ricci.
The right has also made a great deal of hay out of Sonia Sotomayor's decision in the case of Ricci v. DeStefano.
But the Ricci paintings were small and clearly patterned, the color sparkled.John Baptist Jackson
He even granted permission to Ruggieri to call Ricci from Macao.
The trial of Father Ricci was amazing both in its procedure and its length.
Ricci convened the famous Synod of Pistoia, on July 31, 1786.
Father Ricci died in the year 1610, at Pekin, which was his station.
- Matteo (maˈteo). 1552–1610, Italian Jesuit missionary and scholar, who introduced Christianity to China. He was later censured by the Church for allowing his converts to retain some of their ancient religious customs