Zamboni followed a minute later—and, as they anticipated, found the lobby swept clear of detectives.
Now and then came the moaning of Mrs. Zamboni, who was in her cabin with her brood of children.
Mrs. Zamboni had had a new baby every year for sixteen years, and eleven of these babies were still alive.
Mrs. Zamboni clutched the bill with greedy fingers, but was not appeased.
The galvanic pile employed in this electroscope is that invented by Zamboni.
I saw Mrs. Zamboni, tryin' to get into the shed, and Pete Hanun caught her by the breasts and shoved her back. '
They told Mrs. Zamboni she keep away or they send her out of camp.
Ye know how tiresome that is when ye hear it from somebody else—like my next-door neighbour, Mrs. Zamboni.
He also learnt Italian and received some instruction in theory from Zamboni.
proprietary name for a machine used to resurface ice skating rinks, 1965, trademark of Frank J. Zamboni & Co., Paramount, Calif., claiming use since July 1962.