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Ventris

(ˈvɛntrɪs)
n
(Biography) Michael George Francis. 1922–56, English architect and scholar, who deciphered the Linear B script, identifying it as an early form of Mycenaean Greek
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The ECHO's fashion correspondent, Mary Ventris, described the Queen Mother as "a radiant figure, wearing a charming two-piece of shaded hydrangea blue nylon chiffon".
Asi que, mujer, si sois algo hermosa, tomad mi consejo, que es de tomar, que os escondais bien si quereis guardar ventris tuis.
In my opinion, the Graz album even eclipses the recording made by Ulf Schirmer in Bregenz, with the dazzling Nina Stemme and Christopher Ventris, and the commercial recording made by Jiri Belohlavek in Prague, based on Ales Bfezina's Czech translation (National Theatre, 2006).
C: Janowski; Ventris, Zeppenfeld, Lundgren, Nylund, Foster
"With $0 down, and minimal incidental costs to our members, the Marin Tennis Club contracted with SolarCraft to install a solar system which will produce at least 70% of our projected main meter usage for years to come," said Chris Ventris, General Manager.
The final example is post-war: the home of the architect Michael Ventris, better known as the decipherer of Linear B, the ancient script discovered at Knossos, which he designed with his wife Lois, in North End, Hampstead.
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