Bonetta

Bo`net´ta


n.1.See Bonito.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Also at the heart of the festive storyline is the true tale of Sara Forbes Bonetta, an African orphan who Queen Victoria adopted.
Yet it's a little known fact that Victoria adopted a 10th child, Sarah Forbes Bonetta. And she wasn't just any child.
O navio Bonetta parava em diferentes pontos do litoral, e a incubencia de Smith nesses locais era a descricao dos rios, a avaliacao das possibilidades de comercio, das condicoes de fortes e feitorias e, por ultimo, das formas de contato com os povos locais.
I've been reading a script for a film about Sara Forbes Bonetta. If the name is unfamiliar, she lived a remarkable nineteenth century English life and a movie should be made about her.
Summary: It is only very recently that Sarah Forbes Bonetta's beautiful, yet tragic story has begun to attract the attention it deserves.
A beautifully produced, glossy biography about Sarah Forbes Bonetta, whose life story reads like a fairy tale.
Walden has accepted patients on methadone maintenance for the past 20 years (Bonetta 2010; Sorensen 2009).