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Flor·ence

(flōr-ahn[h]s'),
Albert, French physician, 1851-1927. See: Florence crystals.
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"I am very happy to have arrived at Florentia," she told the club's website.
As the event will be hosted at Florentia Makeup Workshop, special makeup services will be on offer for that day only.
Florentia Iliberritana, ubicada en lo que hoy dia es el barrio del Albaicin granadino, fue en origen un asentamiento iberico integrado en la orbita romana desde el s.
"Ciudad y territorio en la provincia romana de la Betica", Florentia Iliberritana: Revista de Estudios de la Antiguedad clasica, 4-5, 1993-1994, pp.
(27) En su testamento del 4 de abril de 1370, senala: <<Johanni de Certaldo seu Boccaccii, verecunde admodum tanto viro tam modicum, lego quinquaginta florenos auri de Florentia pro una veste hiemali ad studium lucubrationes nocturnas>>.
Igitur, alma parens Nati tui et filia, Virgo decus virginum Tuus te, Florentia Devotus orat populus, Ut qui mente et corpore Mundo quicquam exorarit, (...) Como quedo resenado, tratare ahora sobre aspectos de Paolo di Dono, detto Paolo Uccello (1397-1475) y su obra, en un intento de plasmar una sintesis valida y coherente en su contexto.
She teaches Italian and Romanian for foreign people at Corsi di Lingue Florentia. She is also psychotherapist in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and member of the Romanian College of Psychologists and the Association for Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy of Romania.
FNB will pay 70% of the current medical aid contributions of all employees in the bargaining unit, while employees will pay 30%" said FNB's Head of Human Resources, Florentia Amuenje.
REDONDO REYES, "La medida del [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] en la musica griega antigua", Florentia Iliberritana, 14, 2003, pp.
Epistolarum Regis, Reginae, Principum, Episcoporum, Magnatum, et Variorum Lusitaniae ad B: Gometium Ulissiponensem Abbatem Insignis Abbatiae S: Mariae de Florentia [et] Responsionum ejusdem B: Ab: Gometii" In the U.
Descriptions of earthquakes and famines, carnival and spectacle, and the fine art of silk embroidery and sericulture provide the backdrop for escapades of indomitable nuns like Christina Cavazza, thwarted opera aficionado; Donna Florentia Campanacci, enchantress and charm purveyor; and the lovesick Angela Aurelia Mogna.