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Fon·tan·a

(fon-tah'nă),
Felice, Italian physiologist, 1730-1805. See: Fontana canal, Fontana spaces.

Fon·tan·a

(fon-tah'nă),
Arturo, Italian dermatologist, 1873-1950. See: Fontana stain, Fontana-Masson silver stain, Masson-Fontana ammoniac silver stain.
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The PSF senior official said he is grateful to WSF president Jacques Fontane, who was highly supportive and assured his all-out help to Pakistan .
Where other Fontane scholars have traced historical processes in the literary works, Graevenitz sees a "grotesque chronotope" (682) with movement but no real change.
In Effi Briest Fontane described a social conservative order and reactionary Prussian rural society.
FIFTIES singer Al Martino, famous for playing crooner Johnny Fontane in The Godfather, died in Springfield, Pennsylvania, in October 2009, six days after his 82nd birthday.
Yvonne Fontane (mezzo soprano) sang Habanera from Carmen, and after the interval Pierce and Hayes impressed with the Pearl Fishers duet, then Fontane gave a superb performance of Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix from Samson and Delila VERDICT: PAUL MARSTON
Set in the mid-1870s and first published in 1888, On Tangled Paths possesses a familiar plot (as Fontane was well aware): Lene, a comely young seamstress, falls in love with Baron Botho von Rienacker, a dashing Prussian lieutenant met by accident during a boating mishap.
In this comparative study, Geoffrey Baker traces these tensions to post-Napoleonic Europe's new world order through an examination of works by Balzac, Anthony Trollope, and Theodor Fontane.
Muscle Al went on to star in The Godfather as singer Johnny Fontane - a character said to have been based on Frank Sinatra.
Martino played the Frank Sinatratype role of Johnny Fontane in The Godfather and recorded hits including Spanish Eyes and the Italian ballad Volare in a 50-year musical career.
La experiencia de leer la ultima novela de Theodor Fontane Der Stechlin (serializada en 1896-1897, publicada en 1899, tras la muerte del autor en 1898) es ciertamente muy extrana (1,2).
The Berlin Artistic Award in literature is presented every six years and it is dedicated to renowned German novelist and poet Theodor Fontane.
Wisely skirting around the irresolvable question whether Fontane, a son of Prussia's Huguenot community, had any real personal faith, this collection takes as its subject the varied and complex representation of Christian themes in his work.