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10 OTHER ROMEOS.

ROMEO

CABALLERO

IT engineer, 34, came to London from the Phillipines where "Romeo is as popular as Paul is here".

ROMEO

MIRTO

Italian mother named builder, 48, of Street, Somerset, after the Catholic priest she had loved in Rome.

ROMEO

VERNAZZA

Retired dad of five, 83, from Streatham, London, is unsure why his Italian parents chose his name.

ROMEO

PANICO

Toolmaker, 41, of Llanelli, South Wales, whose Italian parents also called his elder sister Juliet.

ROMEO

DINOFF

Retired opera singer, 78, from Oldham, has sister Juliet and says: "I like my name and I'm proud of it."

ROMEO DI GIROLAMO

Retired artist, 63, of Wendover, Bucks,

says: "Ladies love the name but I was not a Romeo in that sense."

ROMEO MARCHETTI

Accountant, 56, of Bebington, Wirral, grew up in Rome and was named after his paternal grandfather.

ROMEO

ANNAN

Ghanaian parents named student, 18, from London after seeing a film of Shakespeare play.

ROMEO

JOSE

Retired copperworker, 75, of Stoke-on-Trent, was born in British Guyana. Has no idea why he is a Romeo.

ROMEO

VICTORIO

Filipino bank cashier, 50, of North London, whose book-loving father was won over by Shakespeare play.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 3, 2002
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