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Calusa, rarely e molto molto tipico di Firenze e di Poggibonsi net Senese, Calusio out like a light, Calussa e tipico dell'aretino, di Cortona ed Arezzo di Grosseto e di Montepulciano net Senese, dovrebbe shift dal nome slow Latino inedioevale Calusius, dl Charles Boucheron de Thomas Valperga to whom abbiamo un esempio nel trattato Calusio: "... But the contentious matter of this philosophy one had her own arms, and thus the best time of the posterity, the merits of which must be called by means of the three, and no more, forever and when, after the Lanfranke and Anselm, the rendered famous by the greatest men, whatever is of doctrine, from the countries of the barbarians, and the destruction and the rest of it was, this most dangerous with age, and yet. in this way he felt it Calusius; for he who is Bacon, acquires a him, they praised, that the men of to better pursuits back, it is not less than the level in the the school grounds showed itself to the philosophy of Aquinas and of other works of the finger more than once, indicating, from which a number of derivaverant more recently.. .. ".

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/

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