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Scotti

[ skawt-tee ]

noun

  1. An·to·nio [ahn-, taw, -nyaw], 1866–1936, Italian baritone.


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Scotti then spent a decade reinventing herself as Julia, teaching classes and finding opportunities to blend her truth into her work as a performer.

Scotti claims that Cosby was having sex with the women he was allegedly paying off.

This subspecies is a little darker than crepitans, being about midway between that species and Rallus scotti.

It has been ascribed to more than one person; the probable author is one Scotti, who had himself belonged to the order.

The last chapter is of the decisive battle of Degsastan, which determined the superiority of the Angles over the Scotti.

It was now my turn, as executor, to have an interesting inning with Scotti.

Peromyscopsylla scotti was taken from the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus), and had a habitat preference also.

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