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Latino

(lah-tēn′ō)
1. Pert. to Latin-American language, culture, or ethnicity.
2. A person of Latin-American or Spanish-speaking ancestry.
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Latini noted that a lawyer's physical address, alongside the mandatory mailing address, will not be revealed publicly unless that member indicates "yes, I want this included on my public profile.
While George venerated Dante like few others have, his choice of Latini almost certainly has more to do with the precise manner in which Dante depicted same-sex love.
8) Julia BOLTON HOLLOWAY publico su obra sobre Brunetto Latini despues de que Skinner publicara su primer ensayo (Twice-told tales: Brunetto Latino and Dante Alighieri, Peter Lang, New York, 1993).
Latini floats aimlessly, accompanied only by the sea creatures until the mad pirate Cahen arrives in a large barrel and boards the boat.
What's more, the exile opens a window on Dante's education, which he got first at the knee of humanists, such as Brunetto Latini, and, a little later, from theologians, such as the unorthodox Franciscan friar Olivi.
She was just one of the most outstanding young individuals that I've had the privilege of working with in my 31 years as an educator," said her former high school head teacher John P Latini.
Maura Latini of the COOP group in Italy feels it is essential that co-ops maintain "communication as an internal element.
2) Yet no one, to the best of my knowledge, has attempted to align Browning's grammarian with one of the most remarkable literary depictions of a grammarian, namely that of Brunetto Latini in Canto XV of Dante's Inferno.
11) Pier Vincenzo Mengaldo notes, moreover, that in mentioning religious, Arthurian, historical and doctrinal works, Dante could be referring also to prose written in French by non-Frenchmen, such as Brunetto Latini, and even to compilations and translations derived from or imitating French works composed in "nostro volgare.
Latini and Avery (1999) directly observed the degradation of 44 indwelling PVC endotracheal tubes that had been used in NICU infants for as little as 12 hr.
Classmates Matt Latini, Andrew Perez and Martin Muramatsu tapped their savings accounts to make donations.