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Sabatini

[ sab-uh-tee-nee, sah-buh- ]
/ ˌsæb əˈti ni, ˌsɑ bə- /
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noun
Raf·a·el [raf-ee-uhl], /ˈræf i əl/, 1875–1950, English novelist and short-story writer, born in Italy.
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