Uccello


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Uccello

Paolo . 1397--1475, Florentine painter noted esp for three paintings of The Battle of San Romano, 1432 (1456--60)
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La sua corsa tra Cielo e Terra, il volo di un uccello e il galoppo forsennato di un cavallo, puo essere un simbolo di rigenerazione e un richiamo all'unione che secondo il mito greco segno l'origine dell'uomo.
To make the provisions that and eliminate exclusions for pre-existing conditions work, health insurance markets must attract a restrict rating balanced cross-section of risks," says Cori Uccello, senior health fellow for the American Academy of Actuaries.
We focus on this population because the vast majority of LTCI contracts stipulate that a policyholder must require assistance in at least two ADLs in order to qualify for any benefits at all, and insurers strictly enforce these criteria for benefit eligibility (Johnson and Uccello 2005).
THE Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello can be seen through the eyes of Sudanese artist Mohammed Omar Khalil at an exhibition opening at Saks Fifth Avenue, Bahrain City Centre at 7pm this evening.
The falcon is the "rigoroso legame feudocavalleresco tra uccello da caccia e uccellatore [che] si trasforma in un desiderio infinito d'unione con l'amata assente" (91).
Chris Vanderveen, a reporter at KUSA-TV in Denver, received the 2009 Bugle Award for his outstanding coverage of disabled veterans and their families, Jenny McBride received the DAV Auxiliary Past National Commander's Outstanding Auxiliary member of the Year, Salvator Uccello of Greenacres, Fla.
Using the darkly beautiful Uccello hunting scene as a backdrop for the court at Athens is inspired, and the woods are suitably silvery and mysterious as well.
A degree of uncertainty about the spelling and sound of the word is nevertheless indicated by orthographic variety in the 1568 edition, which ranges from Vecellio and Vecello to Uccello.
12) This is supported by the lack of an entailment relation from more to less central exemplars or vice versa: Un pinguino e gia un (tipo) di) uccello logically entails neither Un passero un (tipo) di uccello nor Uno struzzo e un (tipo di) uccello ('An ostrich is a [type of] bird').
Uccello and Piero della Francesca drew essentially upon the new Renaissance developments in perspective.
In the early eighties I used her for twenty paintings and drawings devoted to the theme of Selvaggio and Uccello.
This conclusion is consistent with the finding of Barbara Butrica and Cori Uccello that the "late boomers" (those born during 1956-64) are likely to have less wealth at retirement than their "early boomer" predecessors (those born during 1946-55), in part because of unfavorable demographic characteristics.