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  • Q: My father-in-law is prone to lapse into a sort of pidgin English replete with “hot-cha-cha's” and terms like “schnozzola” when talking to our five month-old son.

    The Language Monitor

  • We don ` t expect them to be Columbo, but hey, open up your schnozzola and smell, guys.

    CNN Transcript Nov 2, 2009

  • After the show, we went backstage and saw the famous “schnozzola” himself, standing in the doorway in such a way that we could only see his nose.

    The Good Life

  • They're macho, but they have a comic aspect with that schnozzola of theirs.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "Love is a fine linen handkerchief/Into which Eros keeps blaring his tumescent schnozzola/At dawn the angels weep Clorox.

    Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas

  • Bullwinkle grew out of Anderson's appreciation that there's "something majestic" about moose: "They're macho, but they have a comic aspect, with that schnozzola of theirs.

    latimes.com - News

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  • He hadn't emigrated from India just to be insulted by an ill-bred pachyderm with a preposterous schnozzola.

    - William Steig, Doctor De Soto Goes to Africa

    September 20, 2008