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Related to Logge: logger, logged, lodge
n. & v.1.See Lodge.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(45.) Sforcava / sforzare "Et quando la santita del Papa non era impedita, posponendo molte volte qualche negozio con molta benignita si sforcava di lasciarsi vedere sopra una delle logge [...]", Statuti della venerabile Archiconfraternita della Santissima Trinita [...], Eredi di Antonio Biado, Roma, 1578, p.
Tortuga's Logge Booke Offe Inn Fan Ate Tayls Ande Hiss Komedie Off Herros, the book is a personal achievement and is full of his logs that were also uploaded to the geocaching website.
The stage direction at 1576 states that "Here pe kyng goth to bed in hast, and Mary goth into an old logge wythowt pe gate" [emphasis mine].
He also worked in Arezzo in the Tuscan region, in the acclaimed Logge Vasari restaurant gaining more experience working along established chefs on Tuscan-style dishes.
Die skim van Tantalus in die openingstoneel is 'n logge gestalte wat lyk of dit lank in die water was en die Furie 'n verleidelike jong vrou, skamel geklee.
Ten years later, when my mother and I were at Osteria Le Logge in Siena, Italy, we asked for some cheese to drizzle on the olive oil-you know, like at Italiannis.
The second version of 1515, which is completed by Raphael's assistants, Giulio Romano and Gianfrancesco Penni, is also part of a ceiling decoration of biblical stories in the Logge Vaticane (Fig.