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(put'ē),
Vittorio, Italian surgeon, 1880-1940. See: Putti-Platt operation, Putti-Platt procedure.
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2) by Jacques Stella, and here, unassailed, the winged putto is busily sharpening the arrows of love.
She still said nothing, so I felt obliged to go on: "The grapes being gathered by Putto and Silenus in Carraci's panels are, I admit, more attractive, but perhaps that is only in comparison with Putto and Silenus, who are, respectively, a plump, evil-looking, naked child and a fat old man, also naked."
The ceiling fresco named 'Trumpeting Putto' depicts a trumpet-blowing cherub-like child draped in a red scarf against a sky-blue background.
The infant's sound sleep, despite a putto's attempt to wake him, evokes Christ's death.
One of them is about to explain something when they meet another putto with a little dog standing next to the steaming locomotive.
In Melancholia I, Durer presents the personification of melancholy surrounded by mathematical tools, animals, a cherub (putto), a ladder and other objects of symbolic significance.
From manufacturing to mergers and acquisitions and from engineering to property it was intriguing to see what type of stories hit the business pages and which ones tend to be putto one side for a rainy day.
'Mastering FreeBSD and OpenBSD Security' has a focus on the securityaspects of the two operating systems, with authors Yanek Korff, Paco Hope and Bruce Potter going into detail about the security tools offered by BSD systems that can be putto use by administrators.
One of the key questions US interrogators will putto Saddam will beover what control if any he had over the wave of resistance violence.
Frivolities such as naked cherubic 'putto' boys were not admitted to the shrines of worship.
As Fritz Saxl noticed in his lifelong study of Titian, the artist borrowed, here as elsewhere, from figures on Roman sarcophagi, altars and friezes: the bearer and the server of the wine-tub, the dancing Maenad and the tipsy piddling putto. The course of the rivulet of wine, from which a Bacchante is scooping a jugful, is confused, perhaps through the deterioration of the paint or through inept restoration.
Attend closely to variant numbers on the figures, which are keyed to numbered names on the putto's banner (itself also variant), and you'll see what happened.