Cavalcanti


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Cavalcanti

Guido . ?1255--1300, Italian poet, noted for his love poems
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Then to admit no one except Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti and his son.
You hear -- Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti -- a man who ranks amongst the most ancient nobility of Italy, whose name Dante has celebrated in the tenth canto of `The Inferno,' you remember it, do you not?
This Major Cavalcanti is an old friend of yours, then?
This good Major Cavalcanti is come to take a second view of Paris, which he only saw in passing through in the time of the Empire, when he was on his way to Moscow.
This Bhat ritual, and especially in its underlying myth, seems to me reminiscent of the Amazonian festival described by Cavalcanti.
The congress president, Pedro Cavalcanti, MD, a lifelong resident of Natal who has practiced ENT for 20 years, organized a fine meeting.
Pouria S, de Andrade A, Barbosa J, Cavalcanti RL, Barreto VT, Ward CJ, Preiser W, Poon GK, Neild CH, Codd GA.
Cavalcanti and Wallace study a random matching model of money in which a subset of people, called bankers, have known histories and the rest, called nonbankers, have unknown histories.
Other investigators have reservations about such a mechanical reading of the relationship between Protestantism and economics (Lalive d'Epinay, 1968; Corten, 1995; Cavalcanti, 1995).
One notable passage, for example, opens with a minute description of one of Dante's forays into the outskirts of Florence in the company of his friend Guido Cavalcanti.
From Cavalcanti to Calvino: 500 Years of Italian Editions and English Translations.
Lapo Niccolini's banker, Francesco Cavalcanti, became his cofather in 1386.