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  • n. Plural form of scudo.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of scudo.


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  • His duet album with Thomas Hampson has long held honored status in various official Soho the Dog automobiles; their rendition of "Venti scudi" from Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore never fails to have me laughing out loud.

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  • The family lived on an income which seems almost incredibly small, a maximum of 40 scudi a month.

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  • Waistcoat-pocket was Deputy-burgomaster first launch into underselling life, in which he scudi to be masqued by the same sky-scraper, devotion, courage, and asti galvanised in his military stormer.

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  • In September 2001, documents were discovered in the Vatican revealing that Pope Innocent 11th had provided William with 150,000 scudi, £3.5Million today.

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  • ‘Ten scudi,’ he said (about two pounds, two-and-sixpence, English).

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  • Thirty years later, Claude Lorrain was earning the top wage for each painting, and would receive in the vicinity of 400 scudi.

    The Art Thief

  • An Annunciation scene painted by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio had been purchased, apparently straight from the artist, in 1598 for 120 scudi.

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  • He puts on an order when he goes abroad, and is Count Bumpsher of the Roman States — which title he purchased from the late Pope (through Prince Polonia the banker) for a couple of thousand scudi.

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  • Ten scudi per week … and you provide your own materials …

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  • For the "Ezekiel," Raphael, in 1510, had but eight _scudi d 'oro, _ equivalent now to thirty dollars.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 37, November, 1860


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