signora


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signora

a married Italian woman: a title of address equivalent to Mrs when placed before a name or madam when used alone
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We nearly complained about him to our depressing Signora, but I am glad to say we thought better of it.
You were saying, signora," said Albert, who was paying the most implicit attention to the recital, "that the garrison of Yanina, fatigued with long service" --
And the Signora Beatrice,--what part does she act in this mystery?
I remember, signora," said Giovanni, "that you once promised to reward me with one of these living gems for the bouquet which I had the happy boldness to fling to your feet.
Doubtless, likewise, the fair and learned Signora Beatrice would minister to her patients with draughts as sweet as a maiden's breath; but woe to him that sips them
Renault Samsung Motors CEO Dominique Signora has denied concerns about the carmaker's gloomy outlook.
Signora Carloni tutted under her breath as she set down a tray of tea and a plate with two biscotti on it at my table.
In Bywyd gyda'r Signora/ Life with the Signora, Williams-King - who has sung many of Callas' operatic roles all over the world - shares the stage with former Covent Garden singer and vocal coach Marian Bryfdir as Bruna Lupoli, her maid, housekeeper and companion for nearly 20 years.
Would you be kind enough to make a drawing of me, Signora, whilst we're en route?
Se trata de La Signora, una madrota de gran cabellera negra--tal vez tenida--, grandes pechos, grandes ojos y gran desplante, y sus pupilas, que son siete, seis nativas y una espanola, Pilarica, que me adopto como su protegido desde el principio, gracias a mi carita de adolescente guapillo y a que compartimos el idioma.
3 - Which European football club is nicknamed La Vicchia Signora, which translates as The Old Lady?
I hope my services will not be needed, signora,' he said.