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Casanova

Giovanni Jacopo . 1725--98, Italian adventurer noted for his Mémoires, a vivid account of his sexual adventures and of contemporary society

Casanova

(1725–1798) loving (and likable) libertine. [Ital. Hist.: Espy, 130]
See: Lust
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I found myself enjoying listening to such a talented orchestra just as much as I enjoyed watching the action on stage - Casanova is an artistic joy for both the eyes and ears.
Casanova has revealed that the bank will be in Zobe dam, Katsina State, to help in the production of sorghum.
And because we are part of the joint venture, they will be assured and confident enough that there will be full support from the government and Philippine businesses, Casanova said.
En la nacion encuentra Sofia Casanova muchos de los elementos que deben establecer las formas de interpretacion y representacion, y por tanto regulacion de la realidad social del momento vivido.
6 billion), 85 kilometer (53 mile) railway to help connect Clark to Manila, Casanova said.
The project also will expand the Casanova Center's equipment room.
His profile was made even higher by his father-in-law, Prudencio Llach Schonenberg, who was a coffee baron and the Salvadoran ambassador to the Vatican during the time Vides Casanova was the most powerful man in the military
Testing already conducted over the last year-and-a-half has shown no contamination south of a siphon that runs from the canal's break under the Arroyo Colorado watershed, Casanova said.
So it was easy to make the decision to self-publish Elvis the Penguin,” said Casanova.
Casanova is a gem: a clean, tidy little cafe restaurant on two levels with framed tourist snaps of Italian landmarks on the walls and a collection of bright Venetian masks on the top floor.
New York, May 20 ( ANI ): French daredevil Jean-Michel Casanova scaled the 564 feet Bailong Elevator in China with no help from any machinery, safety net or safety equipment.