Casanova


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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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With Hayley Carmichael in the title role, a globe-trotting Casanova melts the hearts of men, women and even animals and charm is the weapon rather than sexual aggression.
The stunning Hayley Carmichael's Casanova is no exception.
Anna Watson, student ambassador for Northern Stage, said: "You can put a Casanova poster up at lunchtime, go for a lecture and find that it's not there a couple of hours later.
Tickets for Casanova are available on 024 7652 4524.
In a series of exciting albums, Casanova developed a hot musical vocabulary of multi-generational relationships with thousands of fans the world over.
That money will be awarded to a classmate of Casanova's at what would have been the second-grader's high school graduation.
Casanova began his career in insurance at Federated Insurance Co.
'It is because of the talent and the growth of the Philippine business,' Casanova said.
The exhibition seeks to show Casanova as "the man beyond the myth." It gives viewers a glimpse of eighteenth-century Venice and shows what makes Casanova an "eclectic and complex character, even today," according to the museum's curator.
Since retiring as Northern Ballet's premier dancer in 2015, Kenneth Tindall has choreographed his first full work in Casanova.
En el tercer volumen de sus Memorias (1774-1798), Casanova confiesa que despues de los cuarenta anos comenzo a perder atractivo viril.
Entre el contado numero de mujeres periodistas de la Primera Guerra Mundial se encuentra Sofia Casanova (1861-1958), escritora espanola residente en Varsovia, que vivio de cerca el conflicto en el Frente Oriental.