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Abellino turned away, and left the hard-hearted Venetian.
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Away, then, with the Count Rosalvo, whom all Naples idolised; now-now, I am the beggar Abellino.
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Abellino whistled a second time.
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Abellino kept his place, but unsheathed his sword.
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And on they went, Abellino marching between two of them.
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Many were the looks of surprise and inquiry which she cast on the bewildered, half-pleased, half-anxious Abellino, who knew not whither he had been conveyed, and still thought it unsafe to confide entirely in the promises of the banditti.
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As he said this he raised a burning lamp from the table, and the light of its flame was thrown full upon Abellino's countenance.
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Dreadful was the look with which Abellino repaid her compliment.
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Abellino, folding his arms-"If I be such as you describe," said he, with an air of authority, and in a voice which made his hearers tremble, "'tis for me all the better.
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In the meanwhile Abellino remained quiet and indifferent to what was passing.
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One, whose countenance was the most ferocious, and whose form exhibited the greatest marks of muscular strength, advanced a few paces before the rest, and addressed Abellino as follows:- "Hear me, comrade.
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Abellino smiled, or rather grinned, and murmured hoarsely-"I am starving.
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Abellino heeded her not; he placed himself at the table, and ate and drank as if he would have satisfied himself for the next six months.
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If the reader is curious to know what this same Abellino was like, he must picture to himself a young, stout fellow, whose limbs perhaps might have been thought not ill-formed, had not the most horrible countenance that ever was invented by a caricaturist, or that Milton could have adapted to the ugliest of his fallen angels, entirely marred the advantages of his person.
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In the union of his features were found collected in one hideous assemblage all the most coarse and uncouth traits which had ever been exhibited singly in wooden cuts, and the observer was left in doubt whether this repulsive physiognomy expressed stupidity of intellect, or maliciousness of heart, or whether it implied them both together. "Now, then, I am satisfied," roared Abellino, and dashed the still full goblet upon the ground.
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Abellino answered him by a scornful laugh.
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Loudly shouted Abellino, while the astonished Cinthia gazed and trembled at the terrible exhibition.
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Abellino, this Italian Hercules, all terrible as he appeared to be, was not long a member of this society before his companions felt towards him sentiments of the most unbounded esteem.
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Matteo, as Abellino was soon given to understand, was the captain of this dangerous troop.
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One day he summoned Abellino to attend him in his armoury.
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Examples of Abellino

Example #1
And now rushed the unfortunate wildly through the streets of Venice.
Example #2
Buonarotti is your name, I think?
Example #3
I will traverse every path and go through every degree of human wretchedness; and whate'er may be my fate, I will still be myself; and whate'er may be my fate, I will still act greatly!
Example #4
He paused, folded his arms, and sighed.
Example #5
The ruffians stood still; they whispered together, and seemed to be undecided.
Example #6
Abellino kept his place, but unsheathed his sword.