Omerta

[band] Omerta were an indie rock band from Manchester, England. The band consisted of: Omerta combined synths, strings, bleeps and beeps, cutting guitar, and a solid rhythm section to create music that engaged both melodically and lyrically delivered by a heart-rending vocal.{Citation needed|date=August 2010} Their sound drew comparisons wi
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Omertá

the code of silence and one of the premier vows taken when being sworn into the Family. Violation is punishable by death.
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omerta

noun a code of silence practiced by the Mafia; a refusal to give evidence to the police about criminal activities
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omertà

(from the article `Mafia`) ...so despotic that they alienated the island`s inhabitants and made tolerable the Mafia`s peculiar system of private justice, which was regulated by ...
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Omertà

Omertà (omerˈta) is a popular cultural attitude and code of honour that places heavy importance on a deep-rooted "code of silence", non-cooperation with authorities, and non-interference in the illegal (and legal) actions of others. It originated and remains very common in areas of Southern Italy, such as Sicily, Apulia, Calabria, and Campania..
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Omertà

[novel] Omertà is a novel by Mario Puzo, published posthumously in 2000. It was first published by Ballantine Books. Omertà follows the story of Don Aprile`s adopted "nephew" Astorre Viola. This is the final book in Puzo`s mafia trilogy. The first two were The Godfather and The Sicilian. ==Publication== Puzo never saw the publication of O
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Omerta

[disambiguation] Omertà is a code of behaviour usually associated with Italian Mafias. Omertà or Omerta may also refer to: ...
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Omerta

[video game] Omerta is a browser-based text MMORPG and has been running since 2003. In this game the player is a gangster in the 1930s. Players rank up by stealing cars, committing crimes, breaking people out of prison and dealing alcohol and narcotics. == History == Omerta went public on 26 September 2003 with the first version, now known
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Omerta

[TV series] Omertà or Omertà, The Code of Silence is a Quebec television series of 11 forty-five minute episodes, created by Luc Dionne and aired from January to April 1996 on Radio-Canada. In France, the series aired on France 3 in 1998. A second season, titled Omertà II – The Code of Silence, had 14 forty-five minute episodes and was
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Omertà

[Adrenaline Mob album] Omertà (Italian pronunciation: [ɔmɛrˈta]) is the debut full length album by American band Adrenaline Mob. The album was released on March 13th in North America by Elm City Music, and on March 19th in Europe through Century Media Records. Omertà was produced by Adrenaline Mob and mixed by Jay Ruston. == Track List
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