Caro


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Caro

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1. (Biography) Sir Antony. 1924–2013, British sculptor, best known for his abstract steel sculptures
2. (Biography) Joseph (ben Ephraim) 1488–1575, Jewish legal scholar and mystic, born in Spain; compiler of the Shulhan Arukh (1564–65), the most authoritative Jewish legal code
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My friend Knightley' had been so often mentioned, that I was really impatient to see him; and I must do my caro sposo the justice to say that he need not be ashamed of his friend.
and her caro sposo, and her resources, and all her airs of pert pretension and underbred finery.
May I come another day and just finish about the rendering of `Lungi dal caro bene'?
Then she turned to Henrietta, and said, "How is your caro sposo?
Acentuando la apreciacion de Caro en la que se destaca la coyuntura historica de la invasion napoleonica, las revoluciones de Independencia deben ser reconstruidas sobre la base de la historia literaria que es nada mas que hispanica.
There was an unforgettable incident when I was nearly gang raped by a group of nationals there,' Caro recalled her incident before Geslani, adding that the horror of the incident was still vivid in her mind.
Caroline Oresteia, or Caro as she is known, is seventeen.
El alto funcionario del Departamento de Estado alude a la entrevista que Caro Quintero concedio a Proceso desde la clandestinidad.
Muscat : Oman national team coach Juan Ramon Lopez Caro has chalked out a comprehensive training programme for the national team with an eye on the future.
As luck would have it, Caro, husband Karl and twin sons Danny and Nick were due to fly out to New York for a holiday.
Caro himself was a combat medic, and he equips the novel's combat scenes with realistic and grueling physiological details.
De Caro was wounded, but Walton was shot multiple times.