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Angelo del fango is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "mud angel." The masculine singular phrase most famously refers to a volunteer "angel of the mud" to the Arno River flood disaster Nov. 4, 1966. The pronunciation will be "AN-djey-lo del FAN-go" in Pisan Italian.

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