scordato


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scordato

(skɔːˈdɑːtəʊ)
adj
(Classical Music) music out of tune
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In trent'anni avevano scordato, assieme alle ansie e alle passioni polidche collegate alla creazione dell'Italia, i valori e la fede ancestrali.
He is survived by his siblings: Cheryl (Charles) Scordato, Deborah (Robert) Lange, Dianne (Tom) Schocker, Linda Flynn, Susan (Robert) Keller and Michael Flynn; many nieces and nephews.
In Se il tempo e matto (2010) Ballerini enunciates the rupture between the humanistic past (however tarnished and brutalized) and the current aphasia, a collective state of subjugation to the brute facts of economic control, in poems that are visceral and iconoclastic, erudite and irreverent: "quando si accorgeranno i seguaci / di Montale che il cuore non e uno strumento / scordato, che il cuore puo cantare come vuole / e anche assopirsi o rimediarsi uno schiaffo, se / proprio sbaglia nel dire fine della comedia:" (332).
(64.) Marin Roger Scordato, Understanding the Absence of A Duty to Reasonably Rescue in American Tort Law, 82 TUL.
Scordato, the owner of OG Surf and Skate in Ocean Grove, chimed in on her mother's desire to help others and her career as a romance author.
Morante initiates Useppe's ties to the animal kingdom by comparing him to a kid, or baby goat, at the moment of his birth: "Si annuncio con un vagito cosi leggero che pareva un caprettino nato ultimo e scordato fra la paglia" (95; "He announced his presence with a whimper so faint he seemed a little lamb [literally, baby goat], born last and forgotten in the straw" 82).
Interactive Data, Entegee, H2M and Mark Scordato & Associates renewed leases totaling 18,576 square feet.
Julie Scordato suggests that teachers should bring public librarians into their classrooms: "Building a public library presence in older students' minds is ...
Editors Scordato and Forsyth have asked librarians from around the world to share their insight and practical knowledge of how games work in specific libraries and what types of games are the most successful, including live action and tabletop role-playing games, board games, and online games.