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Maria Immacolata Coppola
Maria Immacolata Coppola
Native in Italian Native in Italian
2
Patrizia Zotti
Patrizia Zotti
Native in Italian Native in Italian
3
Reiko Arakawa
Reiko Arakawa
Native in Japanese (Variant: Standard-Japan) Native in Japanese
4
Nobuo Kawamura
Nobuo Kawamura
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
5
Mayumi Sasao
Mayumi Sasao
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese
6
SilvanaC.
SilvanaC.
Native in Italian Native in Italian
7
Michele Giacummo
Michele Giacummo
Native in Italian Native in Italian
8
Angelica Perrini
Angelica Perrini
Native in Italian Native in Italian
9
Laura Gandolfi
Laura Gandolfi
Native in Italian Native in Italian
10
Claudia Di Meo
Claudia Di Meo
Native in Italian (Variant: Standard-Italy) Native in Italian
11
Ilaria Melvi
Ilaria Melvi
Native in Italian Native in Italian
12
Elisa Gazzola
Elisa Gazzola
Native in Italian Native in Italian
13
Matteo Savarese
Matteo Savarese
Native in Italian Native in Italian
14
Francesca Donati
Francesca Donati
Native in Italian Native in Italian
15
Marco Russo
Marco Russo
Native in Italian Native in Italian
16
Sabrina Bianchi
Sabrina Bianchi
Native in Italian Native in Italian
17
Fumiko & Alberto Zaccagnini
Fumiko & Alberto Zaccagnini
Native in Japanese Native in Japanese, Italian Native in Italian
18
Alessandra Marrucci
Alessandra Marrucci
Native in Italian (Variants: Roman / Romanesco, Standard-Italy, Sicilian) Native in Italian
19
Floriana Fascritti
Floriana Fascritti
Native in Italian Native in Italian
20
Paolo Santini
Paolo Santini
Native in Italian (Variants: Venetian, Standard-Italy) Native in Italian


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