American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river of northern South America flowing about 724 km (450 mi) northward along the Suriname-French Guiana border to the Atlantic Ocean.
“Maroni is released from a local hospital and reinforces the crime family.”
“Berlusconi irked a large number of Italians last week by saying things were not all bad since restaurants were full, a boast which prompted his interior minister Roberto Maroni, to say: "You cannot hide the truth.”
“We'll listen to these requests and evaluate them," said Interior Minister Roberto Maroni, an influential Northern League leader.”
“We'll listen to these requests and evaluate them," said Interior Minister Roberto Maroni , an influential Northern League leader.”
“Retirees have already made sacrifices, Mr. Maroni said.”
“Retirees have already made sacrifices, Maroni said.”
“This is an exceptional operation, because the 'ndrangheta's affairs are being hit hard overseas as well as in Italy," Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni said.”
“Interior Minister Roberto Maroni, one of the League's key leaders, warned that the government needed a "lash of the whip.”
“Maroni expressed fear that criminals or terrorists could be among the fleeing Tunisian citizens.”
“Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni warned that Libya's political unrest could create a "catastrophic" humanitarian crisis.”
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