Corsi

The Corsi were an ancient people of Sardinia, noted by Ptolemy (III, 3). They dwelt at the extreme north of the island, near the Tibulati and immediately north of the Coracenses. The Corsi gave their name to the island of Corsica.

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Antonio Pini-Corsi
... Antonio Pini-Corsi (born June 1858 or 1859, Zara, later known as Zadar — died April 21, 1918, Milan) was an Italian operatic baritone of international renown ... Pini-Corsi participated in numerous operatic premieres, creating such roles on stage as Ford in Giuseppe Verdi's Falstaff and Schaunard in Giacomo Puccini's La bohème ... Part of the first generation of recorded musicians, Pini-Corsi was one of the finest buffo singers of his era ...
The Obama Nation - Reception and Critical Review - Disputed Accuracy
... The article further noted Corsi's assertion that Obama had "yet to answer" if he had stopped using drugs ... response to a question about his drug use "I haven't done anything since I was 20 years old." Corsi told the Times that "self-reporting, by people who have used drugs, as to when they stopped ... One of Corsi's statements is that Obama's childhood friend, Zulfin Adi, had stated that Obama was a practicing Muslim ...
Jim Corsi (ice Hockey)
... James Corsi (born June 19, 1954 in Montreal, Quebec) is a former ice hockey goaltender ... Corsi played in the World Hockey Association for the Quebec Nordiques and the National Hockey League for the Edmonton Oilers ... Corsi played on the Italian team at the 1982 World Championship that stunned a Team Canada that had Wayne Gretzky on it by tying Canada 3-3 and went on ...
Corsi (surname)
... Corsi is the surname of Jacopo Corsi (1561–1602), Italian composer Jamie Corsi (born 1987), Welsh rugby union player Jerome Corsi (born 1946 ...