Coker, Schickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo
& Iracki, P.
He sold the office of cardinal and camerlengo
, the administrator who oversees Church revenues, to the powerful merchant Francesco Armellino for the price of 15,000 ducats in cash (Simonetta 195).
Dal 1828 si assiste a una sorta di rinascita di Palestrina, con la pubblicazione delle Memorie storico-critiche della vita e delle opera di Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina compilate da Giuseppe Baini, camerlengo
della cappella pontificia (Ragni in Mazzini, 1992: 73).
Durante la Sede Vacante, la Segreteria fornisce al Camerlengo
di Santa Romana Chiesa o ad un suo delegato i piu recenti bilanci consuntivi consolidati della Santa Sede e dello State della Citta del Vaticano e quelli preventivi per Panno in corso.
Iracki to a named partner and has announced that the attorneys and staff of Camerlengo
Law Group have joined the firm.
In Angels and Demons, Camerlengo
McKenna (with possibly a twinkle in his eyes) asks Professor Langdon -- "Would it surprise you to find those clothes suit you?
The character played by Ewan McGregor was Carlo Ventresca in the original book, but this name was changed to Camerlengo
Patrick McKenna to reflect McGregor's lack of Italian heritage.
It will represent Queensland s North American interests and will be led by the State s newly appointed North America Trade and Investment Commissioner Mr David Camerlengo
T, Ozer HG, Onti-Srinivasan R, Yan P, Huang T, Parvin J, Huang K.
KNOCK THREE TIMES WHEN a Pope appears to have popped his clogs an official called the Camerlengo
of the Holy Roman Church takes a ceremonial silver hammer and taps on his forehead three times, calling him by his Christian name.
The other key figure in the interregnum, Italian Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the camerlengo
, is not seen as a serious candidate.
has traditionally had the role of officially certifying the death of a pope he once did so by tapping the pontiff's forehead three times with a special silver hammer and calling out his birth name.