convertite


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convertite

(ˈkɒnvəˌtaɪt)
n
archaic a convert, esp a reformed prostitute
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This is a space, interestingly, that Rosalind and her fellow lovers, accompanied by the merry band led by Duke Senior, will happily abandon when occasion permits, though it will become and possibly remain a place that the convertite Duke Frederick and the skeptic Jaques will continue to inhabit as a space apart from the court world.
/--E manco questo accetto, / perche in lui solo e acolto ogni difetto, / e per questo rispetto, / per fugir sangue, puzza, ingano e lite, / d'entrar son ferma nelle Convertite" (--Then take Medici, / a man of worth.
e convertite le rendite militari delle comende a dilicati usi, fatti otiosi, vani, arrogando a se stes si di quelli honori e di quelle cerimonie che i fedeli Cristiani serbano a Iddio stet tero cosi gran pezzo, pero in buona opinione de gli huomini (10).
(72) An institution within the city of Milan that may have in the past housed an image of the Soccorso type was the convent and hospital, "Santa Maria del Soccorso" (Convertite, 1430-1786), founded by Isabella of Aragon (1470-1524) and later supported by archbishops Carlo and Federico Borromeo.
Este superficial daca poate fi gasit un "numitor comun" in care valorile sa poata fi convertite. Si este profund atunci cand nu poate fi gasit un astfel de numitor comun.
Florentin Smarandache: Sunt scanate, ori convertite din word?
Maddalena delle Convertite around 1622, forms the nexus for Jones's next study.
Le pene pecuniarie espresse in lire italiane, convertite in Euro ai sensi della legge 28 dicembre 2001, n.
Blume, "Botticelli's Commission for Sant'Elisabetta delle Convertite and Courtauld Trinity"; Kathleen Wren Christian, "Petratch's Triumph of Chastity in Leonardo's Lady with an Ermine"; Giovanna Galante Garrone, "From Southwest Piedmont: A Fragment by Hans Clemer"; Christa Gardner Von, "Light on the Cross: Cardinal Pedro Gonzalez de Mendoza and Antoniazzo Romano in Teuffel, Sta.