Try Gino Bartali, two-time winner of the Tour de France who defied Mussolini and helped the Jews.
Just four weeks before the massive collapse of the mine, a mini-avalanche sliced off the left leg of worker Gino Cortes.
Thou lookest at the wall, Gino, and art consulting thy wits for some plausible lie!
Why, when he looked up to begin, was Gino convulsed with silent laughter?
Gino, much amused, laid his hand upon the little table, and beat the marble humorously with his fists.
But listen, my Gino, for I am older than you and more full of experience.
The latter hypothesis would explain the deductions of Gino Capponi.
The sight of tourists reminded Gino of something he might say.
She remembered, though, that she was not here to sympathize with Gino—at all events, not to show that she sympathized.
The postman was a friend of Gino's, and Mr. Kingcroft never got his letter.