Mona Lisa

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Mona Lisa

(ˈməʊnə ˈliːzə)
n
(Art Terms) a portrait of a young woman painted by Leonardo da Vinci, admired for her enigmatic smile. Also called: La Gioconda
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Mona Lisa

[ˈməʊnəˈliːzə] N the Mona Lisala Gioconda, la Mona Lisa
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He now hopes Monalisa will visit him at his home in Ashington, Northumberland.
Jim said Manchester United fan Nick met Monalisa when he had been out watching the match in a local bar.
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translated from the Portuguese by Maryam Monalisa Gharavi
Karima Aitouche donne rendez-vous a ses lecteurs autour du roman [beaucoup moins que] L'autre visage de Monalisa [beaucoup plus grand que] .
It includes president Kamlesh Jain, vice-president Shamima Noorani, secretary Meena Dilip Kumar, treasurer Amrita Chatterjee, secretary (activities) Sushma Anil Kumar, secretary (entertainment) Papia Guha, secretary (membership) Hema Raghavendra, secretary (public relations) Monalisa and secretary (operations) Anjum Farooqui.
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Strings of red thread attached to each of the little caricatures stream down the wooden background, meeting in a small glass jar with powder inside, a phrase on the jar reads "Here rests the Monalisa.
Upward African Woman was founded by jewelry designer and philanthropist Monalisa Okojie.