convertite


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convertite

(ˈkɒnvəˌtaɪt)
n
archaic a convert, esp a reformed prostitute
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Se le norme sopra richiamate dovessero essere convertite in legge si rischia davvero di avere oltre 240.
Este superficial daca poate fi gasit un "numitor comun" in care valorile sa poata fi convertite.
Florentin Smarandache: Sunt scanate, ori convertite din word?
Maddalena delle Convertite around 1622, forms the nexus for Jones's next study.
TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] (Asambleistas 121-3) Entonces ahora atatela (la barba) y convertite enseguida en un hombre, que yo voy a colocar las coronas en el suelo y a atarme una tambien con ustedes, por si se me ocurre hablar.
Le pene pecuniarie espresse in lire italiane, convertite in Euro ai sensi della legge 28 dicembre 2001, n.
De este modo, ya bajo el Papado de Pio VII, la sede se traslada al Corso, en el ex Monasterio del Santa Ma Magdalena delle Convertite, en el lugar donde ahora se erige el palacio Marignoli.
Blume, "Botticelli's Commission for Sant'Elisabetta delle Convertite and Courtauld Trinity"; Kathleen Wren Christian, "Petratch's Triumph of Chastity in Leonardo's Lady with an Ermine"; Giovanna Galante Garrone, "From Southwest Piedmont: A Fragment by Hans Clemer"; Christa Gardner Von, "Light on the Cross: Cardinal Pedro Gonzalez de Mendoza and Antoniazzo Romano in Teuffel, Sta.
236-38) Me, me, adsum qui feci, in me convertite ferrum, O Rutuli
Once Francisco's letter to this new convertite has succeeded in making Bracciano jealous, he accuses Vittoria of scheming to become 'a brave great lady, | A stately and advanced whore' (IV.
After a valuable survey in chapter one of women's institutions across Renaissance Italy, the author in chapter two zeroes in on the Nunnery of the Convertite (or converted former prostitutes, founded 1332), on the secular House for immoral or Badly-Behaving Wives (Malmaritate) (1579), both in Florence, and on the Pistoian house of Santa Mari Maddalena (1604), also for former prostitutes.
This history, which in his introduction Dr Harmsen lays out with painstaking care and in great detail, marks out Gee's tract from the run of anti-Roman polemic by giving to it the interest of autobiographical, confessional, and convertite writing.