Ca ira

Ca´ i`ra´


1.The refrain of a famous song of the French Revolution.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Personal and emotional, this opera captures an extraordinary moment in history." Giordano's score is coloured by tunes associated with the revolution, including Ca ira and the Marseillaise and is often described as a 'verismo' (realistic style) opera.
Si celles-ci sont prises, ca ira rapidement [beaucoup plus grand que], confie une source proche du dossier a l'AFP, indiquant dans la foulee que les negociations ont ete menees, samedi dernier, a huis clos, au niveau des ministres des Affaires etrangeres.
CAREER: At 14, Pixie recorded vocals on Roger Waters' Ca Ira and a year later was signed by LA Reid.
Pixie Lott Career: At 14, Lott recorded vocals on Roger Waters' Ca Ira and a year later was signed by LA Reid.
Depuis le debut de la saison, nous marquons presque sur chacune de nos occasions.[beaucoup plus grand que] Excentre sur la gauche du terrain, l'ancien joueur de Bordeaux (82 ballons touches tout de meme!) n'a pas cache que ce n'etait pas son poste de predilection : [beaucoup moins que]J'ai du temps de jeu, j'enchaEne et ca ira de mieux en mieux si je ne me blesse pas.
The Belgian journal Ca Ira! - which he was involved in - increasingly also joined this path, which brought anarcho-individualism into the realm of cultural politics, while developing an anti-militarist and internationalist line as well as anti-authoritarian critiques of Communist revolution.
The second edition of Djihad und Judenha[sz]: Uber den neuen antijudischen Krieg was published in 2002 by Ca Ira, Frieburg.
The Pink Floyd guitarist will debut Ca Ira (There Is Hope), his opera about the French Revolution, in September with a double-CD and DVD project from Sony Music.
Waters (below) will debut Ca Ira (There Is Hope), his opera about the French Revolution, in September with a double-CD and DVD project from Sony Music.
Notably the blow-by-blow account of the skirmish between the Ca Ira and the Agamemnon involves itself in arcane shiphandling and gunnery detail, both of which Sugden imperfectly understands.