Figaro


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Fi`ga`ro´


n.1.An adroit and unscrupulous intriguer.
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Bygrave, you are as good as Figaro in the French comedy.
Another proof that he was a native of the universal country was apparent in the fact of his knowing no other Italian words than the terms used in music, and which like the "goddam" of Figaro, served all possible linguistic requirements.
Woman has but one trick, cries Figaro, but that's infallible.
Our readers have not, without doubt, waited until the present moment to recognize in Master Olivier that terrible Figaro whom Providence, the great maker of dramas, mingled so artistically in the long and bloody comedy of the reign of Louis XI.
Opera Atelier's sterling series of performances restored Mozart's revolutionary classic The Marriage of Figaro to its required commedia dell'arte theatricality, exploding with kinetic charm and 18th-century wit across the intimate Elgin Theatre stage this past October.
The Marriage of Figaro --yep, that Figaro Figaro Figaro Figaro Fiiii garo--was based off of Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais's 1784 play.
Our very own Figaro Coffee recently opened its newest branch in Qatar.
IRISH champion Flat jockey Pat Smullen will ride 16-1 shot First Figaro in the Champion Bumper at the Festival.
WELSH National Opera's spring season, Figaro Forever, will follow the fortunes of one of operas most famous and much-loved characters.
FHe actually appears in two of the most popular operas of all time, The Barber of Seville and The Marriage of Figaro - and now in a new opera by Welsh National Opera called Figaro Gets a Divorce.
PARyS (CyHAN)- Five soldiers died in an avalanche while on a training exercise Monday afternoon in Savoie, eastern France, Le Figaro has reported.
Keen horsewoman Lisa Walton paid PS18,000 to fellow equestrian mum Shan Allman in May 2011 for "top-quality" pony Pirums Figaro.