Then, like a vision of power and grandeur, Lorenzo il magnifico enters with a group of his classic friends.
The magnifico was in his chamber, and looked as aged as a man of eighty.
The Baglioni are rarely mentioned without the title of magnifico being added to their name.
It was the beginning of April 1492, and the magnifico was only in his forty-fourth year.
So pray give me your reading—at least, your opinion,—on my magnifico Pomposo!
He is obscure enough, and makes me sometimes wonder whether the ignotum does not pass itself off for the magnifico in his pages.
A riding-master in the Via Lorenzo ii magnifico agreed to board them against the time of sale.
And–and she never–she never saw–how magnifico I look on–on that fine black horse.
Supposing I am in contact with this magnifico, am I prepared?
He was a magnifico, and he liked not that his wife should be more popular than himself.