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Borghese

(Italian borˈɡeze)
n
(Biography) a noble Italian family whose members were influential in Italian art and politics from the 16th to the 19th century

Bor•ghe•se

(bɔrˈgeɪ zi, -zeɪ)

n.
noble Italian family, important in Italian politics and society from the 16th to the 19th century.
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Due donne, due matrimoni borghesi, due malate: una troppo ingenua per accorgersene e l'altra affetta da una tale "atroce" sanitAaAa che non le permette di comprendere la sua malattia.
He was the husband of the late Rosemarie (Snow) Borghesi and left six children: Frederick Borghesi Jr.
Los trabajos aqui reunidos se pueden dividir, latamente, en tres ejes tematicos: la relacion entre sofistica y democracia, incluyendo aqui las implicancias etico-politicas que conlleva la teoria del homo mensura y la consiguiente supresion de la diferencia entre ser y apariencia (Francisco Borghesi, Benjamin Ugalde y Andres Covarrubias), los problemas y oportunidades linguisticas, literarias, filosoficas y esteticas que emergen de la concepcion no referencial del lenguaje y su divorcio ontologico de la realidad develado por Protagoras y Gorgias (Pablo Oyarzun y Miguel Ruiz) y la relacion entre la sofistica y el teatro en el escenario cultural griego (Oscar Velazquez).
Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C) has announced that it is planning to work with Borghesi Colombo & Associati, an advisory business, to expand its operations in Italy.
El volumen agrupa doce trabajos de Massimo Borghesi, Profesor de Filosofia Moral en la Facultad de Filosofia y Letras de la Universidad de Perugia y, desde 2007, docente de Filosofia de la Cultura y de Hermeneutica en la Pontificia Universidad Urbaniana de Roma.
Direi, al contario, chela demistificazione delle pretese amorose che troviamo nella Locandiera, o la compunta ansia di maritarsi a ogni costo in varie sedicenti ingenue goldoniane come la Lucietta dei Rusteghi o la Zanetta di Sior Todero brontolon costituiscono una specie di no man's land e fanno da contraltare ad altri casi in cui viene meno, anzi viene decisamente abbattuto, lo schermo delle convenzioni e dei calcoli, e l'amore si accampa sulla scena senza il diaframma dei tabu borghesi.
Peter Borghesi thought the transition from a corporate job to a teaching position in an elementary school would be simple.
BT customer contact centre director, Carol Borghesi added: "The very high standard of education among the current staff in the Enniskillen centre was a key factor in our decision to choose it as one of the first BT e-customer service centres.
Carol Borghesi, BT's director of call centre management, said: "It was the perfect opportunity for other companies with an interest in call centres to see our practices and share some of theirs.
Angry workers attacked the cuts introduced by Telemarketing general manager Carol Borghesi as "scandalous".
Arnaldo Borghesi, the Chief Executive Officer of Lazard Italia, added: "I'm excited about Riccardo joining the firm and reinforcing our focus on cross-border opportunities for Lazard's clients.
Aun mas, Borghesi afirma que estas consecuencias muestran que el problema de la educacion esta en el marco teorico, mas que en otras consideraciones de tipo sociologico o clasista, como senalan algunos autores.