Sortita


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Sor`ti´ta


n.1.The air sung by any of the principal characters in an opera on entering.
2.A closing voluntary; a postlude.
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Orice incercare de a defini libertatea sau constrangerea in mod separat este sortita esecului, acestea fiind notiuni pereche, care se determina reciproc insa fara a se anula.
Although Sortita went on to show useful form for Michael Jarvis, she failed to emulate her siblings Samum, Salve Regina and Schiaparelli by scoring in Pattern company.
Cypri munimenta sortita est, mirthful, orichalchi, with golden
Il 1930, appunto, e l'anno emblematico per la decisiva sortita gramsciana contro Giulio Bertoni.
The extended 9f handicap was reduced to just six runners after eight horses were withdrawn, and 7-2 chance Sortita, ridden by Martin Dwyer for Michael Jarvis, capitalised on the reduced field to win by half a length.
Consideram ca aplicarea acestei etichete nu necesita o incercare de argumentare riguroasa explicita--inevitabil sortita esecului atata timp cat nu exista o definitie general acceptata a conceptului de populism.
5] foelix tamen Romanorum respublica quippe quae gloriam armis toto terrarum orbe subacto undique partam [33v] magna rerum jactura amissam pontificia jura a summis christiani orbis praesulibus sibi sortita restituerit.
There were two big gambles with contrasting results as Sortita, backed down to 7-4 favourite for Crackentorp's race, was a sore disappointment.
Made a promising start to his career at Doncaster at the beginning of the month when third to the Michael Jarvis-trained Sortita.
After Dane O'Neill pushed the colt home by three-quarters of a length and the same from the fast-finishing Dalhaan and favourite Sortita, the trainer's wife said: "He's a funny horse and it's taken us time to learn about him, but he's now done what we expected him to do, even though the race did not go the way we wanted.