Casanova, Giovanni Jacopo

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Casanova, Giovanni Jacopo

(1725–1798) myriad amours made his name synonymous with philanderer. [Ital. Hist.: Benét, 172]
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"In this regard, I have been investigating the optimal design, mechanical modelling, and control," says Casanovas. "Now I believe I have found the most suitable design, I have derived closed-form solutions to the kinematics, and I'm making progress on the mechanical modelling to achieve an accurate control."
The next stages of the project will see Casanovas complete his work on mechanical modelling and integrate it with the research carried out on kinematics to develop control laws.
Thus Casanovas achieves in his domain what Adorno saw musicians achieving in theirs: learning how to slip the constraints of traditional practices through the use of the most modern of techniques, thus increasing the possibilities of development both in their practice and their formal inventiveness.
Until recently, Casanovas' work was characterised either by variations around themes as with the large bowls or by more abstract and constructivist structures in successive series, such as Pedera Foguera (1996), les Blocs (2002), Als Venquts (2007), Camps d'Urnes (2009), or Les Blanques, montjoies per Odisseu (2010).
Casanova's husband, Len, who preceded her in death in 2002, was the longtime - and revered - head football coach and athletic director at the UO for whom the Casanova Center was named.
It is in the light of Sara's experience - and that of tens of thousands of young Italians like her - that a BBC article entitled (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24065878) "Italy's Casanova hit where it hurts" is lazy and insulting journalism.
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Aussie hunk Heath Ledger, 26, stars as Casanova in the film, shot in Venice.
Sienna plays the woman who finally manages to tame Casanova in the movie, which stars Australian actor Heath Ledger, 26, as the famous seducer.
But it is with Casanovas that Galerie Besson has for all 23 years been entwined.
She grinned as she faced the cameras to promote her new movie Casanova. Speaking of the legendary lover, she hinted she had called time on 32-year-old Jude - and was now single again.
Dressed in a classic black dress and without Jude by her side, 23-year-old Sienna grinned as she arrived in a gondola to face the cameras to promote her new movie Casanova in which she stars alongside Heath Ledger.