Martano


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Martano

poltroon claiming credit for another’s feat. [Ital. Lit.: Orlando Furioso]
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Situated in Martano, in the heart of Salento, it is a wonderful 18[sup.
There are three editors: Andrea Martano (research fellow, Catholic U.
Onesti MG, Mazzocchi M, Di Ronza S, Martano A, Scuderi N.
It takes approximately 20 seconds for a person to be cleared at the lobby desk after the employee completes the entry form on his or her desktop computer," said Lois Martano, security technology manager at Trinity Real Estate.
Angela Martano will head to Denver in October to work with AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps, which focuses on disaster relief, environmental aid, educational needs and public safety.
Shortly thereafter the festive tournament of Norandino dissolves into a slaughter virtually indistinguishable from that taking place inside Paris, [44] when the Syrian king mistakenly attempts to punish Grifone for the pusillanimous behavior of the treacherous Martano (Orrigille's latest lover, whom she has passed off as her brother to her feckless suitor), who had recently disgraced himself in Damascus while disguised in armor stolen from Grifone (17.
This procedure of ironic qualification through Ariosto's amplified, historicizing adaptation of romance interlace is then comically confirmed later in the canto when, in the narrative of Norandino's disastrous error, Orrigille's lover, Martano, encased in the armor from Grifone, is described from the first edition on as "he who put on a pelt not his own, like the jackass once did that of the lion.
The way in which Ariosto's Grifone is made by Orrigille's trickery to assume the disgraced armor of Martano and thus put his life at risk in fact echoes precisely the episode that introduces Orrigille in the Innamorato (2.