garibaldi garibaldi  /ˌɡæ rə ˈbɔl di/


  1. (n) Italian patriot whose conquest of Sicily and Naples led to the formation of the Italian state (1807-1882)
  2. (n) a loose high-necked blouse with long sleeves; styled after the red flannel shirts worn by Garibaldi's soldiers


  1. Summit students take 12th place in National History Day competition

    Two students from Summit High School took 12th place in the nation in a prestigious academic competition this past week. Jacob Randolph and Christina Garibaldi earned the high honors at the annual National History Day event in Maryland.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Fontana Herald News

  2. Political Risk: Is Crime Rising In Mexico City?

    A string of violent incidents in Mexico City has left residents looking for answers. In February, a gunman riding a motorcycle killed a nightclub owner in La Zona Rosa, a central district not far from the U.S and British embassies and the headquarters of many foreign multinational companies. On May 9, Malcolm X?s grandson was beaten to death in a bar near the city?s famous Plaza Garibaldi.  On ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Forbes


  1. "We continue the cause, which started in Rome, when we opened the monument of Ivan Vazov. This good cause continues with the erection of a monument of Garibaldi in one of the most central places in Sofia," Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov said during...
    on Jun 13, 2010 By: Boiko Borisov Source: Focus News

  2. "It is a blessing to be back with Garibaldi," Mayorga said. "He is a great man, a family man and a hard worker who dedicates himself to his fighters. He has made several world champions and his presence gives me even greater confidence that I...
    on Nov 26, 2003 By: Ricardo Mayorga Source: Fight News

  3. "He was the ringleader, on to everything, hoodwinking everyone, swinging deals, the Garibaldi of the espressi," Klein says.
    on Jan 14, 2010 By: William Klein Source: Independent

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