Cavalcanti


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Cavalcanti

(Italian kavalˈkanti)
n
(Biography) Guido (ˈɡwiːdo). ?1255–1300, Italian poet, noted for his love poems
References in classic literature ?
Then to admit no one except Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti and his son.
You hear -- Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti -- a man who ranks amongst the most ancient nobility of Italy, whose name Dante has celebrated in the tenth canto of `The Inferno,' you remember it, do you not?
This Major Cavalcanti is an old friend of yours, then?
This good Major Cavalcanti is come to take a second view of Paris, which he only saw in passing through in the time of the Empire, when he was on his way to Moscow.
This is yet another recognition by the market of the companys governance and sustainability good practices combined with financial performance, says Guilherme Cavalcanti, Chief Financial and Investor Relations Officer at Fibria.
collaboration in one solution, according to Vlad Cavalcanti, channel manager
Herbaceous species such as tomato and cucumber have effective defense responses that are activated in a short period of time, ranging from three to seven days when induced by applying chemicals or inoculation with non-virulent organisms (BENHAMOU e BELANGER, 1998; CAVALCANTI et al.
The film's main location is the Cavalcanti house, a mansion in a gated neighborhood.
She won the event in 2013 in Porto with Taina Silva and in 2014 with Andressa Cavalcanti, also in Porto.
In addition, the journal also features important and original studies on Cavalcanti, Dante, Leopardi, Anna Banti, Roberto Rossellini, Francesco Guccini, and Sicilian language usage.
O ENOS e o principal modulador da variabilidade interanual e a ODP tem sido considerada como um importante modo de variabilidade de baixa e baixissima frequencia em escalas decadal e multidecadal (CAVALCANTI e OLIVEIRA, 1996; KAYANO e ANDREOLI, 2006; 2009; CAVALCANTI e AMBRIZZI, 2009; GRIMM, 2009a).