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Cellini

Benvenuto . 1500--71, Italian sculptor, goldsmith, and engraver, noted also for his autobiography
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After three courses of fantastic food, enjoyed in a restaurant full of cosiness and character, Cellinis had two satised customers on their hands, particularly given that for three courses and two drinks each the bill only came to PS45.
Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571) was a Florentine goldsmith, sculptor, and writer.
By Cellini and Goldin's count, the for-profit college sector is larger by 670,000 students than the number cited by federal agencies, which look only at schools receiving government money.
In the latter, Betjemann says a vase, supposedly by Cellini, "stands for that story's vigorous interrogation of the relations of craft, body, touch, and narrative" (70).
Stephanie Riegg Cellini, George Washington University, and Claudia Goldin, Harvard University and NBER, "A Comprehensive View of For-Profit Postsecondary Education and the Role of Title IV in Tuition-Setting"
But vanity overtakes him and he allows his Cellini Venus to go on view in a Paris gallery.
The multi-level space is next to Cellini Jewelers and directly across the street from Tourneau.
The Italian restaurant Cellini offers lunch, set dinner menus and an extensive a la carte menu.
The man who stole the Cellini Salt Celler - which was taken from a museum in Vienna and worth around $60m - tried to ransom it through adverts in the International Herald Tribune.
Andrea is a chorister at the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and at first clashes with the apprentices of the sculptor Signor Benvenuto Cellini with whom the choristers are at odds.
he said, "This result seems more incredible if we think to another famous casting described by Benvenuto Cellini.