spiritus

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spiritus

(ˈspɪrɪtʊs)
n
(Phonetics & Phonology) a spirit or breathing
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In the beginning, it was tenor Nomher Nival who lorded it over the opera with his Act 2 aria 'De' Miei Bollenti Spiriti / Il Giovanile Ardore'-'The Youthful Ardor of My Ebullient Spirits').
They played the extremely difficult Spiriti by Thomas Doss, which adjudicator Stephen Roberts described as: "A stunning performance exuding quality and musical splendour.
Coleo na roll Spiriti ssohighintheEngland camp that even Ashley Cole poppedupwitharareinterview inwhichhepatrioticallyspokeof theexcellentteamethicandhis pride in singing the national anthem.
Il poeta medievale, usando la tecnica della "personificazione" degli occhi, del cuore, dell'anima, della mente e degli spiriti, produce una tensione teatrale unica.
INSPIRED by Federico Fellini's 1965 film Giulietta Degli Spiriti, this download single is not as frantic as many of the tracks on the B-52's Funplex album, and it's all the better for it.
Such lines as the following from Cavalcanti's poetry are not uncommon: 'Amore ruppe / tutti miei spiriti a fuggire' ('Love forced all my spirits to flee') [IX], or 'E dico che miei spiriti son morti' ('And I say that all my spirits are dead') [XI].
Obviously when Cavalcanti says 'my spirits are dead' ('i miei spiriti son morti') the death is metaphorical and we have therefore moved away from the literal meaning of spirit as it might be used by a natural philosopher.
prende baldanza e tanta securtate, / che fere tra' miei spiriti paurosi / e quale ancide, e qual pinge di fore, / si che solo remane a veder vui' ('Love .
14) Similarly in Cavalcanti: 'Un amoroso sguardo spiritale' ('The spirit of a noble and amorous gaze') [XXIV]; and 'Veggio negli occhi de la donna mia / un lume pien di spiriti d'amore' ('In my lady's eyes I see / a light filled with such spirits of love') [XXVI]; and finally 'Lo su' gentile spirito che ride' ('Her gentle spirit which laughs') [XIX].
Although one should go back to his first best seller, Terra (1983), it is sufficient to say that Spiriti is a continuation of his most polemical works -- Baol (1990), La compagnia dei celestini (1992; see WLT 68:1, p.
In Spiriti magicians, misfits, ghosts, intellectuals, public figures, and entertainers all come together at a more currently popular meeting place: the megaconcert.
In Spiriti the author has targeted once again and even more explicitly the role of all mass media in manipulating reality and providing governments, the military, and international corporations with an opportunity to exploit people.