Vittorio

[vi-tawr-ee-oh, -tohr-; Italian veet-taw-ryaw]
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  • Vittorio came at eight o'clock that evening, according to appointment.

    Rollo in Naples

    Jacob Abbott

  • The party stopped every day at noon for breakfast, as Vittorio called it.

    Rollo in Naples

    Jacob Abbott

  • Vittorio said that his regular price was three napoleons a day for a full party.

    Rollo in Naples

    Jacob Abbott

  • How much will it require, Vittorio, for each day, to do the thing up handsomely?

    Rollo in Naples

    Jacob Abbott

  • In answer to a question from Rollo, he said that his name was Vittorio.

    Rollo in Naples

    Jacob Abbott