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 (tə-bäl′dē, tĕ-), Renata 1922-2004.
Italian soprano known for her dramatic portrayal of heroines in the operas of Verdi and Puccini.
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(təˈbɑl di, -ˌbɔl-)

Renata, born 1922, Italian soprano.
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Noun1.Tebaldi - Italian operatic soprano (born in 1922)
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Italy: Jayden Hayward; Angelo Esposito, Luca Morisi, Tommaso Castello, Michele Campagnaro; Tommaso Allan, Tito Tebaldi; Andrea Lovotti, Leonardo Ghiraldini, Simone Ferrari, David Sisi, Dean Budd, Sebastian Negri, Abraham Steyn, Sergio Parisse (capt).
She belongs to the same firmament occupied by Maria Callas, Victoria de los Angeles and Renata Tebaldi. Her name is synonymous with such opera roles as Dorabella ('Cosi fan tutte'), Zerlina ('Don Giovanni'), Dulcinea ('Don Quixote') and the title role in 'Carmen.'
* Liran Einav, Stanford University and NBER; Amy Finkelstein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER; and Pietro Tebaldi, University of Chicago, "Risk Adjustment vs.
David Tebaldi is executive director of Northampton-based Mass Humanities.
Lobell and Claudia Tebaldi, NCAR scientist, used computer models of global climate, as well as data about weather and crops, to calculate the chances that climatic trends would have a negative effect of 10 percent on yields in the next 20 years.
ITALY: McLean, Esposito, Campagnaro, Garcia, Sarto, Orquera, Tebaldi, De Marchi, Ghiraldini, Castrogiovanni, Geldenhuys, Bortolami (capt), Furno, Derbyshire, Barbieri.
iTAlY: L McLean; A Esposito, M Campagnaro, G Garcia, L Sarto; L Orquera, T Tebaldi; A De Marchi, L Ghiraldini, M Castrogiovanni, Q Geldenhuys, M Bortolami, J Furno, P Derbyshire, R Barbieri; replacements: D Giazzon, M Rizzo, L Cittadini, A Pavanello, M Vosawai, E Gori, T Allan, A Masi.
FLIP-IN BRILLIANT: (Left) Jane Collier, Sharron Holstead, Dayle Adams, Pat Summers and Lisa Tebaldi and (above) Dayle Adams picks up the award from Amrik Bhabra, vice president of Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce and Quentin Willson