Cavalcanti


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Cavalcanti

(Italian kavalˈkanti)
n
(Biography) Guido (ˈɡwiːdo). ?1255–1300, Italian poet, noted for his love poems
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"Then to admit no one except Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti and his son."
"You hear -- Major Bartolomeo Cavalcanti -- a man who ranks amongst the most ancient nobility of Italy, whose name Dante has celebrated in the tenth canto of `The Inferno,' you remember it, do you not?
This Major Cavalcanti is an old friend of yours, then?"
This good Major Cavalcanti is come to take a second view of Paris, which he only saw in passing through in the time of the Empire, when he was on his way to Moscow.
"That is not all; give my compliments to your illustrious Luccanese, Cavalcante of the Cavalcanti; and if by any chance he should be wishing to establish his son, find him a wife very rich, very noble on her mother's side at least, and a baroness in right of her father, I will help you in the search."
The idea of writing Our Man in Havana was conceived when Alberto Cavalcanti, a Brazilian film director, asked Greene to write a film outline, way before the Cuban Revolution.
BRANDAO, Izabel; CAVALCANTI, Ildney; COSTA; Claudia de Lima; LIMA, Ana Cecilia Acioli.
Today, integrating the consumer buying process and optimizing their experience through different channels is a big challenge, and we are prepared to help our clients succeed through this journey," explains Izaias Cavalcanti, Global Head of R&D for Enterprise Innovation at IUQO.
A autora destaca o processo de continuidade de antigos proprietarios incorporando "forasteiros" com capacidade de acumulacao de propriedade e de integracao aos blocos de poder locais, como foi o caso de Natalicio Tenorio Cavalcanti. Enfatiza que a trajetoria de Tenorio esta intimamente ligada a historia da cidade de Duque de Caxias e "compreender sua trajetoria implica conhecer o processo constitutivo da periferia estudada".
This show of Emiliano Di Cavalcanti's work made for an eye-opening complement to the current Tarsila do Amaral exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Deep-etching analysis also provided a three-dimensional view of the kinetoplast of the endosymbiont-bearing trypanosomatid Angomonas deanei, as presented by Cavalcanti et al.