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canto

a main division of a long poem
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The Sinfonietta Bel Canto is based in Downers Grove.
Cox was elected unopposed at CANTO's 35th Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The older Canto will also be charged with violation of election gun ban.
"Once we started seeing how the different products worked in the testing environment, it was clear right away that Canto was the best match for us," Wolfford explains.
She had only bought Bel Canto, a three-and-a-half-year-old stud male, last week.
Enfatizzando le loro finalita encomiastiche, la critica ha giustamente messo in rilievo le significative allusioni alla battaglia delia Polesella all'interno del poema, in particolare la sua vivida descrizione che occupa otto ottave nella parte iniziale del canto 36 dove Ariosto rende esplicita la sua presenza all'accaduto:
"'Canto' has been developed to help with pedestrian safety, as well as to provide a distinct Nissan sound - one that is energizing and confident, authentic to our brand and representing our unique position in the electrified marketplace."