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Synonyms for Sabine

a river in eastern Texas that flows south into the Gulf of Mexico

a member of an ancient Oscan-speaking people of the central Apennines north of Rome who were conquered and assimilated into the Roman state in 290 BC

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By the end of the First World War, Sabini was the 'guvnor' of a gang from around Clerkenwell in London that included his brothers Harry 'Boy' and Joe.
Sabini allied with the King's Cross Gang of Big Alf White and the Jewish tearaways of Alfie Solomon - played by Tom Hardy in the The Peaky Blinders series.
Since Sabini arrived on the scene last July, she's distributing about 1,100 books a months to seven "libraries" - a few stacks of shelves tucked here and there.
A lot of our Hispanic prisoners read poetry," Sabini says.
Following the 1923 Derby, Darby and Harry Sabini appeared at Epsom Police Court charged with assaulting Maurice Fireman, alias Jack Levene, during a pitch dispute on the Downs.
By then, the Sabini gang had almost won the battle for southern supremacy, and settled into a lucrative routine of overcharging racecourse bookmakers for a peaceful pitch, lists of runners and other tools of the trade.
The report describes Sabini as "a drunkard and a man of most violent temperament with a heavy following and strong command of bullies of Italian origin and other undesirables
Led on this occasion by Joe Sabini, they were from London's Little Italy in Clerkenwell.
It was a humiliation for Joe Sabini and as a result a humiliation for his brother, Darby, the leader of the Sabini Gang.
Badly beaten up by the Sabini gang at the end of the last episode, Tommy was taken to hospital, covered in blood, but recovered remarkably quickly.
Jane Sabini of Bass says the firm knows the risque launch for its 8.
Alliances formed across London were to lead to the biggest battle of them all, against the gang run by Charles 'Darby' Sabini, the son of an Italian immigrant, and Alf Solomon, among others.