Leonora


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Leonora

dressed as a man, elopes with Alvaro and takes refuge in a hermit’s cave. [Ital. Opera: La Forza del Destino in Osborne Opera]

Leonora

masks as Fidelio to save imprisoned husband. [Ger. Opera: Beethoven, Fidelio, Scholes, 352–353]

Leonora

with Alvaro, rejected as suitor by her father. [Ital. Opera: Verdi, La Forza del Destino, Westerman, 315–317]

Leonora

cursed by father; stabbed by brother. [Ital. Opera: Verdi, La Forza del Destino, Westerman, 316–317]
See: Fate
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I wonder if she still wears those enormous blue bows, and whether her husband calls her Charlotta or Leonora.
Of course, when we got married he had to say, `I take thee, Leonora,' and I declare to you, Miss Shirley, ma'am, I've had the most dreadful feeling ever since that it wasn't me he was talking to and I haven't been rightly married at all.
It is not true, then," said Claudia, "that thou wert going this morning to marry Leonora the daughter of the rich Balvastro?
He looked as pale as the midnight dragoon who came to disturb Leonora.
in Purok Malipayon in Barangay San Isidro, according to San Isidro village councilor Leonora Lacsado.
Leonora in WA's northern Goldfields is putting together a bid for an outback repository to store radioactive waste.
Leonora Dreyer Emeritus professor and former head, Department of Anatomical Pathology, University of Pretoria, South Africa leonora.
La muestra r 100 anos de una artista: Leonora Carrington realiza un recorrido documental por la trayectoria de quien se consideraba a si misma "autora de otra realidad".
Con la apertura de la exposicion 100 anos de una artista: Leonora Carrington, en el Foro Polivalente Antonieta Rivas Mercado de la Biblioteca de Mexico, el jueves 6 comenzo un vasto programa para conmemorar, a lo largo del ano, el centenario de Carrington.
I came to this understanding by being privileged enough to spend a lot of time with the last member of the original Surrealist movement in Paris, Leonora Carrington, at her home in the centre of Mexico City during the last five years of her life.
One such day was on Tuesday at Huddersfield Crematorium when the teacher and writer Leonora Rustamova got up to give a very moving and heartfelt speech about Kathleen was given a very fitting tribute the loss of our mutual friend Kathleen Morton-Smith, of Salendine Nook, who had died aged 91.
Teniendo como base capitulos de su tesis doctoral (1), Leonora Reyes profundiza su inicial aporte al campo del conocimiento sobre el pasado y presente de la educacion.