Definitions

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  • proper noun A Maltese surname derived from A Safardi, which means "a Jew coming from Spain".

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Examples

  • Joe McEnness/BFA Frank Azzopardi and Nicole Azzopardi Though the actual rented house was seemingly off-limits to snooping, after dinner, much of the crowd lingered on the porch to overindulge on Godiva chocolates and then once again overindulge in an Amstel Light-branded photo booth.

    Gilt's Summer Home in the Hamptons

  • Although a secular nation today, religion is still important for the small, tightly knit Maltese community, explains tour guide Darrell Azzopardi.

    Malta's Sun-Kissed 'Silent City'

  • While writing about lace as a key to recent Maltese social history, Azzopardi has actively promoted the tradition's survival by teaching its techniques, combining, like Annemor Sundbø, ingenious research with perpetuation of a manual skill having plausible claims to the status of art.

    Women Artists Win!

  • Trezza Azzopardi: Out of Hiding (February 1, 2001)

    On Fiction

  • I enjoy many science-fiction flavored space operas, and Buck-Rogerish fantasies, but I can only think of four films that are sufficiently true to their premise to be honored with the name "science fiction films": DARK CITY by Alex Proyas, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL by Robert Wise; TIMESHIFTERS by Mario Azzopardi.

    INTERVIEW: John C. Wright

  • Winehouse paid the dealer $2,000 for half an ounce of crack and the same amount of heroin, Azzopardi claims, before she headed home in the early hours of the next day.

    FOXNews.com

  • Tim Bittlestone, of law firm Leslie Franks, told the newspaper, Myself and Azzopardi attended Kentish Town police station.

    FOXNews.com

  • Azzopardi claims Winehouse approached him outside a pub in Camden, north London, on July 22 at around 11:30pm local time and asked him to help her buy drugs.

    FOXNews.com

  • Tony Azzopardi, 56, said that he wants to help the police work out what happened to the singer in her last hours but claims he is terrified of reprisals from the dealer he arranged for her to buy drugs from.

    FOXNews.com

  • Despite Azzopardi's claims, police said they found no evidence of drugs or drug paraphernalia in her home, and the Winehouse family said his account did not match up with the singer's movements.

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