Magliabecchi (16331714)

Magliabecchi, an inordinate bookworm, born in Florence; became librarian of the Grand-Duke; his book-knowledge was as unbounded as his avidity for knowledge; his memory was extraordinary; he carried in his head the page of a passage in a book as well as the passage itself in the ipsissima verba, (16331714).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Magellanic Clouds
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Magenta
Maggiore, Lago
Magi
Magi, the Three
Magic
Maginn, William
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Magna Charta
Magna Græca
Magnet
Magnetic Induction
Magnetism
Magnificat, The
Magnussen, Finn
Magyars
Mahâbhârata
Mahâdêva

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