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Po`lac´ca


n.1.(Naut.) A vessel with two or three masts, used in the Mediterranean. The masts are usually of one piece, and without tops, caps, or crosstrees.
2.(Mus.) See Polonaise.
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Ballet stars from the present and the future excelled, with outstanding students from the Elmhurst School for Dance, years 10 and 12, impressing in Tchaikovsky's Concerto Classique, danced to Suite No 3 Theme and Variations Polacca, then the finale featuring Celine Gittens and Tyrone Singleton in a brilliant Black Swan pas de deux from Swan Lake.
Pride of inventive place went to a pair of virtuosic comic turns for the titular baritone, in which he first writes the music for his opera and then, an act later, conducts it; and to the soprano's polacca finale, which ascends to ever more vertiginous heights as Rosa basks with burgeoning confidence in her status as the makeshift troupe's prima donna assoluta.
Grandmother Mona Polacca, on behalf of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers.
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Voxman's arrangement has the title "Romanza and Polacca.
Northern Arizona University, Cline Library Special Collection and Archives, "Easter Egg Hunt, Polacca Day School-First Mesa (Hopi Indian Reservation), Arizona.
1) Tom Goldtooth (USA--Indigenous Environmental Network) Motarilavoa Hilda Lini (Vanuatu--traditional hereditary chief) Mona Polacca (USA--Hopi/Tewa, Havsupai, International Council 13 Grandmothers)Lucy Mulenkei (Kenya--Indigenous Information Network)Te Huirangi Waikerepuru (Aotearoa/ New Zealand--Maori kaumatua/traditonal Elder Jebra Ram Muchahary (India--NE Indigenous tribes), Tomas Alarcon (CAPAJ, Peru)
Mona Polacca, a member of the 13 Indigenous grandmothers, said "Woman are the seeds of compassion and it is our responsibility to pray for future generations and to save the world for our precious children.
VII e VIII dei Promessi Sposi" by Carlo Annoni (67-78); "Belli e Manzoni" by Pietro Gibellini (79-96); "Un inedito di Mazzini al Brunetti ed altri scritti suoi per l'insurrezione polacca del 1863" by Giancarlo Vallone (97-104); "Per una rilettura di Vade retro, Satana di Camillo Boito" by Enrico Elli (105-16); "Giovanni Verga e noi" by Giuseppe Savoca (117-30); "Sulla giovinezza di Brandileone e sull'ultimo ventennio dell'Ottocento a Napoli" by Nicola D'Antuono (131-48); "Un singolare episodio sulla letteratura dialettale (F.
Grandmother Mona Polacca / Hopi/ Havasupai / Tewa Elder
Archeologia medievale polacca in Italia (Accademia Polacca delle Scienze & Biblioteca e Centro di Studi a Roma, Conferenze 84).
White is a professor and chair of Urban Education at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey; Clara Bedonie is a doctoral student in the Department of Education, Culture, and Society at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; Jennie de Groat and Louise Lockard teach courses in Bilingual/ Multicultural Education at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona; and Samantha Honani is a teacher at Polacca Day School in Polacca, Arizona.