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  • He’s won numerous grants and awards, notably the title of Commendatore dell’Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana, given by the president of the Italian Republic.

    Delizia!

  • The Commendatore was a judge in the Court of Appeals and knew everything.

    The White Sister

  • Actually, he was given the title Commendatore (literally Knight

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  • "Commendatore," said the Baron, pointing to the book lying open on the table, "I have been looking again at the statute, and now I am satisfied that a Deputy can be arrested by the authorisation of Parliament alone."

    The Eternal City

  • "Commendatore," said the Baron, "what was the offence for which young

    The Eternal City

  • When the statue of the Commendatore Štefan Kocán grasped his hand, he was instantly immobilized by this much smaller man.

    Ladies' Man

  • His murder of the Commendatore in the first scene was clearly the beginning of the end—Mr. Mattei cradled his fallen victim, aghast—and his subsequent attempts at seduction were like the actions of a man on autopilot, destined, even expecting, to fail as he is dragged ever closer to the final reckoning.

    Ladies' Man

  • Mr. Kocán brought an icy determination to the Commendatore.

    Ladies' Man

  • The best singer was Morris Robinson as the Commendatore—the shortest of the eight roles.

    A Season of Meager Delights

  • So, technically, Il Commendatore became just a nickname for Enzo.

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