Giudice sentence example

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  • In 1164 Barisone, giudice of Arborea, was given the title of king of the whole island by Frederick Barbarossa, but his supremacy was never effective.
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  • The island had (probably since the end of the 9th century) been divided into four districts - Cagliari, Arborea, Torres (or Logudoro) and Gallura - each under a giudice or remained a prisoner at Bologna until his death.
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  • The title of giudice was abolished and a feudal marquisate substituted.
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  • Teresa Giudice, whose name is frequently incorrectly spelled as "Teresa Guidice", of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, knows how to keep her name in the headlines.
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  • From table flipping to best selling cookbooks to bankruptcy, Giudice is the housewife you either love or love to hate.
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  • Teresa Giudice comes by her Italian - and Jersey - roots honestly.
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  • The daughter of Italian immigrants, Giudice is Jersey born and raised.
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  • Giudice earned a degree in Fashion Marketing from Berkeley College and worked briefly as an assistant buyer at Macys, but she decided early on that what she really wanted was to be a housewife.
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  • The New Jersey installment of the mega-popular Bravo reality TV series was Teresa Giudice's path to fame.
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  • During the first season of the show, Giudice gained a reputation for lavish spending and over the top fashion, but her real defining moment came during the final episode of the first season.
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  • At a dinner party she was hosting in a restaurant for her fellow cast members, Giudice became involved in an argument with cast member Danielle Staub and flipped over the table.
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  • The scene was shown repeatedly on Bravo and even some news shows, making Giudice a household name.
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  • Though Staub is the odd woman out on the show and does not get along with any of her cast mates, Giudice in particular pulls no punches.
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  • What started out as a verbal argument ends up with Giudice chasing Staub out of the building and the police being called.
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  • In the aftermath, Staub announces plans to sue Giudice while Giudice says she plans to seek a restraining order against Staub.
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  • Negative attention came Giudice's way in 2010, when the press revealed that she and her husband were filing for bankruptcy.
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  • In interviews after the announcement, Teresa Giudice blamed the bankruptcy on the collapse in the real estate market and referred to the bankruptcy as a "fresh start."
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  • The furnishings for the couple's main home, which Giudice famously shopped for on the first season of the Real Housewives, dropping $100,000 in cash on furniture for one room, were auctioned off in July 2010.
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  • Despite the bankruptcy, Giudice has managed to parlay her fame from the show into a brand.
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  • Also in 2010, Giudice launched an online clothing boutique called TG Fabulicious and a clothing line of the same name.
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  • To stay on top of the latest Teresa Giudice news, visit the Bravo TV Real Housewives of New Jersey page or her own website.
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