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Veronesa — “A,” OTHELLO, ii. 1. 26. “This ship has been already described as a ship of Venice. It is now called ‘a Veronesa,’ that is, a ship belonging to and furnished by the inland city of Verona for the use of the Venetian state; and newly arrived from Venice” (MALONE) .

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