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Vanzetti

[ van-zet-ee; Italian vahn-dzet-tee ]
/ vænˈzɛt i; Italian vɑnˈdzɛt ti /
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noun

Bar·to·lo·me·o [bahr-taw-law-me-aw], /ˌbɑr tɔ lɔˈmɛ ɔ/, 1888–1927, Italian anarchist, in U.S. after 1908.

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Vanzetti
/ (vænˈzɛtɪ) /

noun

Bartolomeo (bartoloˈmɛːo). 1888–1927, US radical agitator, born in Italy: executed with Sacco in a case that had worldwide political repercussions
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