prizer

prizer

(ˈpraɪzə)
n
a contender for a prize

prizer

(ˈpraɪzə)
n
1. an appraiser or valuer
2. a person with a high regard for something
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William Prizer, among others, has made clear the crucial influence of the cultured intellectual and prolific writer Isabella d'Este as Marchesa of Mantua in shaping the history of music in Mantua (and, arguably, therefore the history of music throughout Italy during the sixteenth century).
Prizer WF (1975) Performance Practices in the Frottola: An Introduction to the Repertory of Early 16th-Century Italian Solo Secular Song with Suggestions for the Use of Instruments on the Other Lines.
Trinity Real Estate was represented by Prizer and Charles Laginestra while PepsiCo was represented by Gerry Miovski and Sam King of CBRE, Inc.
China lobbies strenuously to prevent world leaders from meeting with the Dalai Lama, the 1989 Nobel Peace Prizer winner and 2006 recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal.
A 2008 conference and the publication of this collection of papers honor Prizer on his retirement from the U.
19) But Prizer and Chater suggest a different form for the ode from my description offered here, which is derived instead from Pirrotta 1984.
Another of the study authors is employed by Prizer.
Lt Col Terry Prizer, ASF Flight Commander, and TSgt Deniece McCormick-Daniels assisted the effort to ensure guidelines were met.
For her contributions to sixteenth-century music, see Prizer.
Following on from work concentrating on female patronage in the fields of musicology and art history, found, for instance, in the publications of William Prizer and Cynthia Lawrence, Kelley Harness examines the women's use of music, spectacles, theatre, and art in order to validate and reinforce their position (William Prizer, "Isabella d'Este and Lucrezia Borgia as Patrons of Music: The Frottola at Mantua and Ferrara," Journal of the American Musicological Society 38 (1985): 1-33; Cynthia Lawrence, ed.
Kiravi, Turkey, 38[degrees]54, 41[degrees]32; prizer (O)