American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Scotto, Renata Born 1934? Italian operatic soprano noted for her dramatic intensity and her roles in the works of Italian composers.
“Miss Scotto is one of those singers whose personal qualities outweigh the vocal ones.”
“In this post, Matt Lerner analyzes the Nassau County Supreme Court's decision in Scotto Princeton, LLC v. Felsen Associates, Inc.,”
“More than 20,000 visitors poured in, said Simone Scotto , the owner of Scotto's Italian Pork Store, who helped organize the event.”
“Here's a brief clip of my appearance with Rosanna Scotto on WNYW-Fox 5 yesterday.”
“There's definitely a need for retailers in that market to service the community," said David Scotto , a retail broker with NAI Friedland Realty who specializes in the Bronx.”
“I discovered this cookbook after seeing the Scotto family on the Today show during a cooking segment.”
“If EPA had come in 35 or 40 years ago they would have been more than welcome," says lifetime Gowanus resident Buddy Scotto.”
“When asked by Scotto if he would ever vote for Spitzer, Grasso quickly retorted, "I might run against him.”
“In fact, the Bad Four unions contributed $4.7 million during the election cycle to favored Congressional candidates and the election committee of President Jimmy Carter who subsequently invited Scotto to dine at the White House.”
“Scotto was convicted despite character references from then New York Governor Hugh Carey and former Mayor John Lindsay, whose favorable opinions no doubt were the result of all those union votes and contributions.”
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