Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The balls forming the cognizance of the family of the Medici, six of them (five red and one white with a bearing upon it) being charged upon the shield, which frequently occurs in Florentine and other Italian works of art. The balls have reference to a game similar to tennis.
“The people chanted “Palle, palle, palle” in reference to the raised circles, or balls, that graced the Medici crest.”
“He was carried to his bed as the citizens of Florence cheered him, chanting “IlMagnifico” and “Palle, palle, palle” through the streets.”
“For instance, I recently had my Campy Shamal Ultras laser engraved with "tutto lei haters può succhiare le mie palle.”
“Interessantissimo il moto delle “palle” bianche che converge verso il signor Sebastian, vessandolo come non mai.”
“In effetti è divertente quanto un calcio nelle palle.”
“Ee vurumanadira ee vada manadira palle manadira prati paniki manamra sutti manadi!”
“Siis võib mängida nii, et võidab see, kes nendega rohkem palle sisse lööb.”
“There were frantic cries of "_Abbasso le palle_," "Down with the balls," in allusion to the three balls on the”
“Palleschi (from the palle or little balls in the Medici coat of arms), the oligarchic republicans, called the Arrabiati (enraged), and the democrats or Piagnoni (weepers).”
“His flagship was a large brigantine, manned by picked rowers, from the mast of which floated the red banner with the golden palle of the”
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