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Bardo

blind antiquarian wrapped up in his scholarly annotations of the classics. [Br. Lit.: George Eliot Romola]
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JENNIFER BARDI: Recently you presented oral arguments before the US Supreme Court, making the case for the Bladensburg cross to be moved, reshaped into something nonsectarian, or reassigned to private ownership.
This response continued to develop as Bo Bardi began working in Brazil's northeast in the late 1950s and early '60s, not only as an architect but also as a museum director, stage designer, and curator.
By then Bardi was known as a sort of reception centre for escapees and the Germans clamped down on what they called "Little London."
Italian Ice Cream: Gelato, Sorbetto, Granita, Semifreddi, by Carla Bardi (Apple Press, pounds 12.99)
These were augmented by a handful of nomadic exhibitions around the city, covering subjects as diverse as Lina Bo Bardi, Taiwan, and station design.
Natalie Clein brings a generous programme of cello works as her contribution to the Bardi Orchestra's concert at Symphony Hall on Sunday afternoon.
SHOW: 'Diego' and his wife sing; STAR: Actor Emilio Bardi
In 1459, as in so many instances, the women involved in public dancing with visitors remain anonymous, but we have two names in connection with the 1433 visit: that of Francesca, daughter of Antonio di Salvestro Serristori, and Alessandra, daughter of Bardo de' Bardi and Alessandra de' Rinuccini, as revealed in the account composed later in the century by Vespasiano da Bisticci.
The Bardi Orchestra and Leicester Philharmonic Orchestra will accompany the choir.
In discussing that slavery debate, Bardi notes, "some have said that reading about [it] is a triggering experience." This evokes the trend on campuses to suppress any ideas contrary to the prevailing politically correct ideology.