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cantoria

A church choir gallery.
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Lyzander Cantoria, James Soriano, Analyn Castro, Aurora Balias, Heraclea Sison and Loraine Roa were reportedly caught forcing Zhu Cao to withdraw money at an automated teller machine along Gil Puyat Avenue, Senior Superintendent Gerry Umayao said.
Petty Officer 1st Class Manuel Ombao, commander of Coast Guard Sub-station Bulan, said Rodillo Cantoria, 58, of Barangay (village) Kay Duke, Torrejos town in Marinduque, shouted 'May bomba
E conhecido o desdem geral em que os cegos sao tidos no meio da cantoria e do cordel, e o estigma de ser negro neste contexto nao e menos do conhecimento geral.
Sometimes, when she leans toward me unexpectedly, her eyes look as if they were set in her temples, like those of the palfreys that stare out from Asian miniatures" (D'Annunzio, 1995: 89; D'Annunzio, 2012: 112), while her clothing likens her to "un angelo tunicato che si distacca da una cantoria fiorentina"/"She is a tunic-clad angel who has come detached from a Florentine chancel" (D'Annunzio, 1995: 92; D'Annunzio, 2012: 116), and her thick head of hair is "piu chiomato tra gli angeli di Melozzo"/"At my feet stands the fullest-maned of Melozzo's angels" (D'Annunzio, 1995: 204; D'Annunzio, 2012: 265).
Estos serian por ejemplo los casos de Cantoria (Almeria), Guadahortuna y Padul (Granada), Cambil, Sabiote, o Villanueva de la Reina (Jaen), Obejo o Dos Torres (Cordoba), Yunquera, Pizarra y Molina (Malaga).
The first part is written by Mariateresa Dellaborra, expert and passionate scholar who devoted many contributions to Pavia's history: the Duomo musical chapel as institution began in 1564: at this time an organ already existed, made by Giovanni Battista Facchetti di Brescia post 1547, the year of a document concerning the construction of the gallery ("ponte") for the cantoria.
attitudes toward cantoria vary according to the level of familiarity a person has with the tradition, which can be quite limited, even amongst the middle and upper classes of the north-east" (62), a home to the genre.
Cantoria (2010) lists ten major accounting scandals that significantly altered the corporate world and asserts: "In the midst of all these accounting anomalies, the accountancy profession and the role it plays came into focus.
Este joven "sobrino" del papa Sixto IV comenzo a recibir beneficios eclesiasticos en Castilla en enero de 1474, a raiz de la muerte de su tio Pedro Riario, al transferirsele los que este habia disfrutado (la cantoria de Toledo, canongia de Sevilla y prebenda en Jerez, prestameras en Alamo, Arcabuey, Membrillas, Castilla del Campo, Cumbres Mayores, Santa Eulalia, Cortegana y Gibraleon y beneficios en Sanlucar de Barrameda), y a lo largo del tiempo fue acumulando muchos mas: la archidiaconia de Reina (Sevilla), beneficios simples en Barco, Fuentes, Almenara, Pinares y otros de Avila y Salamanca; canongia de Avila y archidiaconado de Briviesca, monasterio de Parraces (Segovia), segun los datos que, sin animo de ser exhaustivo, proporciona Tarsicio de Azcona-citado por Diago Hernando (cf.
Participar dessas rodas e fazer o corpo vibrar geram paisagens e melodias que serao construidas aos poucos, como numa fina e delicada colcha de algodao tecida e bordada a mao ao som da cantoria de uma senhora, jovem, menina.
Finally, since the music was really conceived for the very specific acoustic characteristics of the Bolognese basilica, performing it in other venues does not automatically work: the presence of the two large organs and the horseshoe-shaped cantoria largely determines the way musicians are placed in the space, and the wooden baroque constructions in the choir section of the basilica create very specific sound effects in this enormous church with a more than ten-second reverberation time.
Volviendo al cursus honorum de Gomez Fernandez de Cordoba y como demostracion fehaciente de que el hecho de que su padre fuera judeoconverso no constituyo un obstaculo en su carrera en el seno de la Iglesia, hay que decir que fue el papa Benedicto XIII, conocido como el papa Luna, protagonista del cisma de Avinon, quien le concedio prestimonios en la diocesis de Salamanca y los beneficios de la cantoria de Astorga (21).