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Cel·li·ni

 (chə-lē′nē, chĕ-), Benvenuto 1500-1571.
Italian writer and sculptor known for his Autobiography and his sculpture of Perseus.
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Cellini

(tʃɪˈliːnɪ; Italian tʃɛlˈliːni)
n
(Biography) Benvenuto (benveˈnuːto). 1500–71, Italian sculptor, goldsmith, and engraver, noted also for his autobiography
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Cel•li•ni

(tʃəˈli ni)

n.
Benvenuto, 1500–71, Italian metalsmith, sculptor, and autobiographer.
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His whole high, broad form, seemed made of solid bronze, and shaped in an unalterable mould, like Cellini's cast Perseus.
Benvenuto Cellini tells us in his memoirs, that, after a certain terrible dream or vision which he had during his confinement in the castle of St.
On another occasion the teacher talked to the chil- dren of Benvenuto Cellini. That time they laughed.
"Yes, a chef d'oeuvre of the great Florentine sculptor, Benvenuto Cellini," replied Athos.
Not by the bones of Benvenuto Cellini! I guess I can sell papers or lay cobblestones, and bring in a dollar or two."
There was to be nothing finer or sweeter in the life of even Benvenuto Cellini, that rough-hewn saint, ten centuries later.
The brooch itself is of most curious art, Cellini never made a fairer thing To please the great Lorenzo.
It was a Pope who said of Cellini to a conclave of Cardinals that common laws and common authority were not made for men such as he; but it was a Pope who thrust Cellini into prison, and kept him there till he sickened with rage, and created unreal visions for himself, and saw the gilded sun enter his room, and grew so enamoured of it that he sought to escape, and crept out from tower to tower, and falling through dizzy air at dawn, maimed himself, and was by a vine-dresser covered with vine leaves, and carried in a cart to one who, loving beautiful things, had care of him.
It was wrought by the hands of the renowned Benvenuto Cellini, and is well worthy to be a love gift to the fairest dame in Italy.
The other shareholders are Mr Peter Kihanya Muiruri (one per cent), Cellini Holdings Limited (three per cent), Valentina Nikolaeva Mineva (three per cent), Ivan Stoyanov Kalpakchiev (two per cent), Mr Francis Waweru Kiarie (one per cent) and Mr Robert Kenneth Wanyoike Macharia (three per cent).
No matter how rural hospitals keep their doors open, population health management has become a crucial tool for hospitals hoping to stay relevant, said Kari Cellini, director of the RN to BSN program at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County.