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Ludovico (ludo'vi:ko). 1474--1533, Italian poet, famous for his romantic epic Orlando Furioso (1516)
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(46) Lodovico's quarantining order was properly carried out by the Victorians.
Cavanagh's handling of characters throughout as witnesses or silent observers during important musical numbers--Iago a bystander for part of the Act I love duet, for example, or Thomas Goerz's Lodovico hearing part ot Iago's Act II "Credo"--also emphasized the ensemble effectively in Verdi's tightly knit personal drama.--Wayne Gooding
Spanish bishop Manuel Gonzalez Garcia, who became known as the "Bishop of the Tabernacle" after a mystical experience in a church near Seville, was also elevated, along with Italians Father Lodovico Pavoni and Alfonso Maria Fusco, who founded religious congregations and worked with the poor in the 19th century.
Chapter 7 addresses the role of Tuscan artists in the development of cloud illusionism in seventeenth-century Rome, with a focus on Lodovico Cardi di Cigoli's innovative contributions to cloud composition, in which heaven appeared as a series of platform-clouds devoid of architectonic barriers.
Verdi's opera was first performed in 1853 starring Lodovico Graziani as Alfredo Germont.
"I play all the oldies - Desdemona's father Brabantio and her cousin Lodovico. For me, it's about the destruction of the bond between father and daughter, and it's a tale of loss.
"Veneto is the region that has been supporting financially Italy and the main reason [for separation from Italy] is economics," Lodovico Pizzati, the spokesman for the Veneto independence movement said.
In San Jose, some 1,595 relief packs were distributed through Barangay Chairman Lodovico Ortiga.
La prospettiva, incerta e rischiosa, di essere soldato intreccia sentimenti diversi, dai quali emerge il senso del dovere e la disponibilita al sacrificio che confida al cugino Lodovico Uberti (8):
* Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni: Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect, poet and engineer
"Without prognostics, condition monitoring is actually only about understanding that the state of a machine has changed and that it's no longer working optimally; says Lodovico Menozzi, European business development manager for condition monitoring systems at the test and measurement group National Instruments.
Director Ed Cornely, collaborating with local Shakespeare scholar Joseph Earls, has pared down a three-hour play to just over two hours, removing extraneous characters (Lodovico, for example), focusing on the primary thrust of the story, and placing it in a present-day international and monetary environment.