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amoroso

(ˌæməˈrəʊsəʊ)
adj, adv
(Classical Music) music (to be played) lovingly
n
(Brewing) a rich sweetened sherry of a dark colour
[from Italian and Spanish: amorous]
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Chaterji R, Tractenberg RE, Amri H, Lumpkin M, Amorosi SB, Haramati A.
E l'imagine del boa suscito l'imagine della treccia di Donna Maria, suscito in confuso tutti gli amorosi sogni da lui sognato intorno a quella vasta capellatura vergine che un tempo faceva languir d'amore le educande nel monastero fiorentino.
Piomelli S, Corash LM, Davenport DD, Miraglia J, Amorosi EL.
The sequence of Italian pictures was maintained in the drawing room, where there were only two, in the bedchamber above this, in 'My Lady's Closet' and her Dressing Room, where religious works were balanced by a Country Boy of Amorosi, again perhaps acquired through Fountaine, in two nearby rooms, and in the chapel.
Melbourne, Dec 29 (ANI): After making her single 'Perfect' the most played song on radio, Australian popstar Vanessa Amorosi is all set to team up with legendary pop star Prince for a fruitful venture.
Schneider fruitfully embeds her analysis of the gendering of the poetic communicative situation--the dynamics of male-versus-female authors who stage male-versus-female poetic voices--which she considers fundamental for Colonna's and Stampa's poetry, in a contemporary socioliterary context that influenced female authors in recodifying Petrarchan poetics, such as the significance of Domenichi's 1559 anthology of female poets, the role of women in courtly ragionamenti amorosi, the staging of speaking female subjects in Bembo's Asotani and Ariosto's Orlando furoso, and the canonical influence of Boccaccio's Elegia di.
37) "Revera viscera tua penetrat gladius, configunt animam tuam lancea & clavi, laneant mentem tuam spinarum aculei, lacerat cor tuum aspectus amorosi filii tui" (Herp, 31, fol.