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Contarini

(kōntärē`nē), ancient Venetian family, including eight doges, a cardinal, and several artists. The most celebrated member was Andrea Contarini, 1300?–1382. He was doge (1368–82) at the time of the War of ChioggiaChioggia
, city (1991 pop. 53,179), Venetia, NE Italy, on a small island at the southern end of the Lagoon of Venice (an arm of the Gulf of Venice), connected to the mainland by a bridge. It is an important fishing port and commercial center.
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 between Venice and Genoa; he proved his patriotism by melting his gold and silver plate and mortgaging his lands to raise money for the state.
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To solve this problem, it has been proposed the reduction of concentration of lactose by the addition of [beta]-galactosidase (lactase) (Klein, Jong, & Revillion, 2010), forced or induced crystallization (Martinez, Hough, & Contarini, 1990) or the increase of product viscosity (Perrone; Costa Junior, & Magalhaes, 2008).
Swords were drawn at a connected party, celebrating the marriage of Ortolano Agustin Contarini qu.
Filippo da Rimini, Francesco Contarini, Coriolano Cippico (Padua, 1988).
The fifteen contributions that make up the main body of the text are devoted to religion, culture, and intellectualism; Thomas Acquinas and the communication between Christians and Jews; Gasparo Contarini and the Colloquy of Regensburg of 1541; and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Contarini explains that Venetians prefer "forreyn mercenarie souldiers" in their armies; the "Captaine Generall of our Armie," he reports, is "alwaies a straunger.
Nel saggio "How to Become a Woman of the Future: Una donna con tre anime--Un ventre di donna", Silvia Contarini offre informazioni utili circa le varie edizioni del libro Come si seducono le donne di Marinetti: "Marinetti states that he wrote this book while in hospital in Udine, in May 1917, while in his note to the editions of 1917 and 1918 he claimed he had dictated this manual to Corra in September 1916 and then corrected the proofs in Udine.
Theoretical works on preaching generated in midcentury by Gian Matteo Giberti, Gasparo Contarini, and Marcello Cervini articulated no clear consensus on how to improve diocesan pulpits, and individual preachers seemed content finding their own way.
She further outlines in general the state of sources for the operas--most of the primary sources are found in the Contarini Collection in the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice--as well as the editorial challenges faced due to the brevity of the musical notation (often on two staves, with a sparsely figured bass line, with some passages for strings), as well as the importance of various librettos to the editorial process.
His comments were contained in his letter to Marco Contarini dated 9 August 1530, the day before the official end of the Siege of Florence.
However, by order of the judge she was interrogated by the midwives who declared her not at all pregnant, and presumably after her execution the body was handed over for anatomical purposes on order of the judge of the criminal court, at the time Marcantonio Contarini.