clarabella


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clarabella

(ˌklærəˈbɛlə) or

claribella

n
(Instruments) an eight-foot flute stop on an organ
[C19: from Latin clāra, feminine of clārus clear + bella, feminine of bellus beautiful]
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It has been suggested that Bella had been a Nazi spy named Clarabella, who parachuted into the West Midlands in 1941 but failed to make radio contact and disappeared.
Contractor name : CASCINA CLARABELLA CONSORZIO DI COOPERATIVE SOCIALI SOC.
E con il fumetto Il Tesoro di Clarabella preso in mano "d'istinto" che Yambo inizia ad uscire fuori dai suo "labirinto" senza emozioni e scopre finalmente la chiave per ritrovarle (Fiamma, 72-76).
Out of the unraced Claramount mare Clarabella, the colt represented a very healthy return on his sire's stud fee of EUR3,500.
99) tells the story of the animals in the Mango House Tree who wake up and brush their teeth, including Clarabella the crocodile.