Sacco

[ US /ˈsækoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States anarchist (born in Italy) who with Bartolomeo Vanzetti was convicted of murder and in spite of world-wide protest was executed (1891-1927)
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How To Use Sacco In A Sentence

  • He listened to them quietly, in impenetrable silence, and never fulfilled any of their requests, because they were all in disaccord with the regulations. Resurrection
  • Porro fuit, ipsis evacuantibus saccos suos, ecce, uniuscujusque ligatura pecuniae suae erat in sacco suo: et viderunt ligaturas pecuniarum suarum, ipsi, et pater eorum, et timuerunt. Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2
  • Mrs Linah Jebii Kilimo, assistant minister in the ministry, says saccos have mobilised huge savings from ordinary people and should invest them wisely to maximise on returns and ensure their survival in the long term. AllAfrica News: Latest
  • Women and children from the near and rich country towns, in for the Exposition and their fall shopping; wearing gowns of ultra fashionable tendencies; leaving in their toilets nothing to expediency; taking no chances of so much as a ribbon or a loop set in disaccordance with the book. At Fault
  • It seemed wrong to him, unjust, and in strict disaccordance with the views of the _Gleaner_, that these thousands should be locked up for one man's pleasure, while starvation levied its toll upon the many. The Sins of Séverac Bablon
  • Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi estimates this could cost EMC a billion dollars a year, depending on how much VMware itself repurchases, or about a third of its free cash flow. Run EMC: Parent Looks Like Better Bet Than VMware
  • Scrutatus est autem: a maximo incepit, et in minimo finivit: et inventus est scyphus in sacco Benjamin. Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2
  • The _saccos_, formerly the principal vestment of the patriarchs and an emblem of sovereign power, is now common to all Russian bishops. Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers
  • In the subsequent analysis, however, the article shows conclusively that the homogamous-couple effect isaccounted for by the lower education and income of those couples compared with heterogamous married couples. Philip N. Cohen: Gay and Lesbian Parents Making the Grade
  • There is no pre-existing harmony whatever between the individual and the social factors of personal evolution, and the fundamental tendencies of the individual are always in some disaccordance with the fundamental tendencies of social control. Introduction to the Science of Sociology
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