divo


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divo

(ˈdiːvəʊ)
n, pl -vos or -vi (Italian -vi)
a highly distinguished male singer
[C21: Italian, masculine form of diva]
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The tour, which is one of the most popular in the world, has been named after Il Divo's decision to pay musical tribute to some of their biggest hits throughout time, some of which are formally part of other music genres.
The police officers were ordered to go to Divo Naselje to search certain houses.
The Divo was named for French racing driver Albert Divo, a World War I fighter pilot and two-time winner of the prestigious Targa Florio road race in Sicily.
In the case of the Divo, an insanely limited series of just 40 vehicles were sold, and indeed the model had sold out at the time the announcement of its very existence was made.
Bugatti, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), is launching its Divo during Monterey Car Week.
There does not appear to be an end in sight for Il Divo, either, who insist they have at least another 15 years in them as a group - as long as their fans keep on listening.
Il Divo play Trinity College Park Dublin on July 24 and Sebastien would relish the thought of touring Cork after the gig.
He said that there had to be an international expert who would independently say what happened in Kumanovo's Divo Naselje on 9 and 10 May 2015 and that the international investigation into this case was part of the Government's program.
Now PLDT HOME FIBR and PULP LIVE WORLD bring the Philippines IL DIVO as they tour their much awaited AMOR and PASION - an album full of love and romance - for the first time in our country in a full arena setting on APRIL 6, 2016 at the Mall of Asia Arena.
Soul songstress Gladys Knight, pop star Rita Ora, rock group Duran Duran, heavy metal band Iron Maiden, producer and DJ Mark Ronson and classical singers Il Divo were among the winners of this year's awards.