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Car`bo`na´ro


n.1.A member of a secret political association in Italy, organized in the early part of the nineteenth centry for the purpose of changing the government into a republic.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Noirtier, who, on the previous night, was the old Jacobin, the old senator, the old Carbonaro, laughing at the guillotine, the cannon, and the dagger -- M.
Looking about them for the causes of this reserve, some of his colleagues thought him a "carbonaro," others an Orleanist; there were others again who doubted whether to call him a spy or a man of solid merit.
(1993), Evans and Schwab (1995), Sander (1996), Sander and Krautman (1995), Neal (1997), Carbonaro (2006), Hallinan and Kubitschek (2013), and Freeman and Berends (2016) among others.
26 - Breakfast - Scrambled eggs & hash brown; Lunch - Chicken carbonaro, BBQ rib sandwich, romaine salad, cooked carrots/side salad, fresh fruit/pears, milk
(6.) Podo F, Santoro F, Di Leo G, Manoukian S, de Giacomi C, Corcione S, Cortesi L, Carbonaro LA, Trimboli RM, Cilotti A, Preda L, Bonanni B, Pensabene M, Martincich L, Savarese A, Contegiacomo A, Sardanelli F.
T2/T4 ("honors courses fit") concerns honors curricula: how classrooms suffused with transgressive potential compare to honors classes with seemingly less flexible requirements (Carbonaro, 2005).
Michael Carbonaro is bringing back "The Carbonaro Effect" for another season of entertaining illusions.
Today, that network is devoted to comedy, not criminal trials, and features such fare asImpractical JokersandThe Carbonaro Effect.
This year's financial statements were prepared by Carbonaro Management CPAs and will be published on-line and in the February 2019 Horn Call.
Moreover, scoring highly on measures that require time commitment beyond regular school hours is difficult for high school students from families with lower socioeconomic status, who must work to support themselves or their families or to save up for college (Eccles et al; Lareau; Dumais; Covay & Carbonaro; Stearns & Glennie; and Putnam).
In this context, LEGO applications as education tools enables students to learn actively, create a constructive environment, physical objects and find ways to make meaning of abstract concepts (Chambers, Carbonaro, & Murray, 2008).