Faccio in a sentence

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How to use faccio in a sentence. Faccio pronunciation.

They who would know how beautiful the country immediately surrounding Genoa is, should climb (in clear weather) to the top of Monte Faccio, or, at least, ride round the city walls: a feat more easily performed.
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Old Monte Faccio, brightest of hills in good weather, but sulkiest when storms are coming on, is here, upon the left.
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Lassa scioglere à mè, ca mo te faccio Vedere se mme caccio.
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Accossi Siruio mio subetamente Chiammaie Diana, e disse, Nnderizza tu sto cuorpo, Ch'a tene faccio vuto De te portà la capo, ò granne Dea.
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No figliulo a na connola, e diciste Sia lo tuo, te ne faccio, no presiento?
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Corisca pe Amarille Commo facc'io pe lo Signò Mertillo. Cor.
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Examples of Faccio

Example #1
No prospect can be more diversified and lovely than the changing views of the harbour, and the valleys of the two rivers, the Polcevera and the Bizagno, from the heights along which the strongly fortified walls are carried, like the great wall of China in little.
Example #2
It abounds in the strangest contrasts; things that are picturesque, ugly, mean, magnificent, delightful, and offensive, break upon the view at every turn.
Example #3
The Fort within the walls (the good King built it to command the town, and beat the houses of the Genoese about their ears, in case they should be discontented) commands that height upon the right.
Example #4
There lies all Genoa, in beautiful confusion, with its many churches, monasteries, and convents, pointing up into the sunny sky; and down below me, just where the roofs begin, a solitary convent parapet, fashioned like a gallery, with an iron across at the end, where sometimes early in the morning, I have seen a little group of dark-veiled nuns gliding sorrowfully to and fro, and stopping now and then to peep down upon the waking world in which they have no part.
Example #5
Mannaggia, e quanta nodeca, Auiste gusto à stregnere; Chi sà se nautro iuorno Toccasse à mme de farete cecata.
Example #6
Oh ca songo sbrogliata; oimè, che beo, Lassame tradetore, oimè sò morta.