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Sto´la


n.1.(Rom. Antiq.) A long garment, descending to the ankles, worn by Roman women.
The stola was not allowed to be worn by courtesans, or by women who had been divorced from their husbands.
- Fairholt.
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Stola, "A pose-independent method for 3D face landmark formalization," Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, vol.
al raccolto lembo de la stola / gigli spargendo va, rose e viole>> (I, XV, 57, 400).
Draped in cheap sea-foam-green cloth, face concealed behind a rubbery mask, fake torch held aloft, the artist's green-painted skin became streaked with sweat, staining the costume's polyester stola.
While the shoulders are well marked to differentiate the area of the head, the chest appears covered by stola.
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Finally, in last month's excellent feature about cave exploring in Laos (Underneath Laos) we accidentally credited the stunning subterranean photography to Gabriele Stola.
Ugaoni deo (za spajanje 2 stola pod 90) - Angle desk 90 .
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Stola, Kampania Antysyjonistyczna w Polsce 1967-1968 (Warsaw: Inst.
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iznad:Gen-ispod:Gen 'above-below' 369 iznad ili ispod stola 'above or under the table'
The Holocaust has cast a shadow onto this great civilization and the generations of Jews who lived in Eastern Europe before the Second World War, as if those centuries of life were little more than a preface to the Holocaust,'' museum director Dariusz Stola said.