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Salieri

[ suhl-yair-ee, sal-; Italian sah-lye-ree ]
/ səlˈyɛər i, sæl-; Italian sɑˈlyɛ ri /
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noun

An·to·nio [an-toh-nee-oh; Italian ahn-taw-nyaw], /ænˈtoʊ ni oʊ; Italian ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/, 1750–1825, Italian composer and conductor.

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Salieri
/ (Italian ˌsalˈjeri) /

noun

Antonio (anˈtonjo). 1750–1825, Italian composer and conductor, who worked in Vienna (from 1766). The suggestion that he poisoned Mozart has no foundation
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