- n. A surname of Italian origin.
“Signora Fantini poured out the most voluble exclamations, prayers and protests.”
“Fantini said investor returns on rental housing projects in Boston are now promising about 5.5 percent, compared with between 3 and 4.5 percent over the past several decades.”
“There has never been a better time in the last 40 years to develop a multifamily project in Boston,'' said George Fantini, chairman of the mortgage banking firm Fantini & Gorga.”
“As Superintendent of Schools Thomas Fowler-Finn's future hangs in the balance, two veteran School Committee members-Joseph G. Grassi and Alfred Fantini-are pushing to extend Fowler-Finn's contract for an additional year.”
“Modena 1 - Grosseto 1 (Serie B, April 4, 2009) Federici rose to nod in a free-kick for a first half lead, but when Fantini set up Troiano's header and Consonni received a second booking soon after, Modena looked the liklier to win.”
“Camille Fantini led all scorers with 24 points as host Suffield Academy advanced to Friday's New England Class B semifinals with a 56-44 girls prep school basketball victory over Groton School Wednesday.”
“Offering the cone at those locations would be a big step for Fantini, who has previously imported the cones from Italy and cooked them in an oven on the counter of her shop.”
“Edesia is the Roman goddess of food, and emprise roughly means "brand-new venture," Fantini said.”
“Fantini said the company has received inquiries from hundreds of potential clients, ranging from children's hospitals to sports venues.”
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