Nonne


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n.1.A nun.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The first master plan was developed by the famous architect Nikolaus von der Nonne in 1898.
Recendy, he has helped audiences re-discover works such as Marin Marais's Alcione (1706) Jacques Offenbach's Fantasio (1872), Camille Saint-Saens' first opera Le Timbre d'argent (1877) and Charles Gounod's Gothic-horror opera La Nonne sanglante (1854).
The host, Vicky Bennison, travels around Italy to interview and film real-life Italian nonne and home cooks.
In McCawley's hands the growing religious ecstasy of Die junge Nonne and the aching melancholy of Du bist die Ruh are palpable.
Jamie, 43, who has had a string of Italian restaurants, has gone back to the country's "nonne" or grandmothers to help him rediscover rustic food.
Qui si verus fuit ex dolore hominum et fame, certe consules causam suscipere, certe senatus aliquid consili caperepotuit; sin causa fuit annona, seditionis quidem instimulator et concitator tu fuisti, nonne id agendum nobis omnibus fuit ut materiem subtraheremus furori tuo?
Minambres (eds.), Nonne procedurali canoniche commentate, Coletti a San Pietro, Roma 2013, 374-375.
Racconta divertita dei diverbi fra le sue nonne (28) o delle difficolta che sua madre incontra nel preparare una valigia per Pulce (18-19).
Per colpa della lingua, le nonne, al di la dei saluti preliminari, non hanno alcun rapporto affetivo con i nipotini.
Cicero holds her up as a model of Republican virtue in order to shame her contemporary kinswoman, Clodia: nonne te, si nostrae imagines viriles non commovebant, ne progenies quidem mea, Q.