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Examples of "gualandi"
Camillo Gualandi (died 11 Feb 1609) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Cesena (1588-1609).
Les Trent, New York; Stacey Gualandi, Los Angeles; Rhonda Guess, Los Angeles; Kit Hoover, New York; Jonathan Karsh, Los Angeles.
The Torre dei Gualandi (also known as the Muda Tower,) is a former tower in Pisa, central Italy, now included in the Palazzo dell'Orologio.
The church, designed by engineer Giuseppe Gualandi, is sometimes referred as the "little Milan Cathedral", due to its rich neogothic style.
Along the Lungotevere rises the Neo-Gothic Chiesa del Sacro Cuore del Suffragio, built by Giuseppe Gualandi between 1894 and 1917.
In the Middle Ages this family supported the Ghibellines and it was one of the family that the archbishop Ruggieri degli Ubaldini incited against Ugolino della Gherardesca. The Gualandi family is cited by Dante Alighieri in the Inferno (XXXIII, 32).
The tower was in the right part of the present building, the one without the four-light window. Gualandi was the name of a Pisan family that owned the tower in the 13th century.
Antonella Boriani and Gianmarco Gualandi dedicated a song to her, titled "Mariele chi è?" ("Who is Mariele?") sung by the Piccolo Coro Mariele Ventre dell'Antoniano on 22 November 2005 (video available at this page).
For alleged treachery, Ugolino della Gherardesca and his sons and grandsons were immured in the Torre dei Gualandi in the thirteenth century. Dante mentions the Ghibelline Pisan leader in the ninth circle of hell in his "Divine Comedy".
The Waterloo Foundation for the Arts, a not-for-profit corporation, was established and enabled Leach and Gualandi to raise the funds necessary to not only restore the village, but also to expand its operation to include classical and pop concerts that brought in additional revenue.
He married Dominicata, daughter of Aldobrandino Gualandi-Cortevecchia, but she died in 1259. He married as his second wife a daughter of Ugolino della Gherardesca, Count of Donoratico. He was one of Ugolino's few supporters during the factional infighting which plagued Pisa. His son by Ugolino's daughter, Ugolino, called "Nino", succeeded him.
If one person deserves credit for saving Waterloo Village in the modern era, it's Percival H.E. Leach. Percy Leach, as he is known, with his partner Lou Gualandi, spearheaded an effort to preserve the village, starting during the 1960s. Over time, and with volunteer help, the village was slowly restored. (The village would eventually become part of New Jersey's Allamuchy Mountain State Park.)
On 30 Mar 1588, Camillo Gualandi was appointed during the papacy of Pope Sixtus V as Bishop of Cesena. On 25 Apr 1588, he was consecrated bishop by Giulio Antonio Santorio, Cardinal-Priest of San Bartolomeo all'Isola, with Agapito Bellomo, Bishop of Caserta, and Pietro Ridolfi (bishop), Bishop of Venosa, serving as co-consecrators. He served as Bishop of Cesena until his death on 11 Feb 1609.
Dino Staffa was born in Santa Maria in Fabriago, Lugo, to Domenico and Emilia (née Gualandi) Staffa. He studied at the seminary in Imola from 1917 to 1922, and then entered the Pontifical Regional Seminary of Bologna, where the future Marcello Cardinal Mimmi was rector. After earning his doctorate in theology, Staffa was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Paolino Tribbioli, OFM Cap, on 25 May 1929.
Paul, bringing Italian film and music personalities together on TV. The 1992 "Lara Superspecial" show spectacular for Eurovisione and RAI 2 was broadcast all over Europe and in 19 countries, featuring Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli, Harry Belafonte and Luciano Pavarotti. This highly successful television special received a special prize from the Italian critica televisa. The "Lara Superspecial" orchestra was arranged by Gian Marco Gualandi, who also participated in Lara Saint Paul's 1992 European Tour.
Palazzo Blu is a center for temporary exhibitions and cultural activities located in 9 Lungarno Gambacorti, in the heart of the historic center of Pisa, Italy. This museum is managed by the Fondazione Palazzo Blu (a foundation funded by Fondazione Pisa), and is located in the Palazzo Giuli Rosselmini Gualandi (and Palazzo Casarosa), ancient palace restored by the Fondazione Pisa. Its name comes from the blue color uncovered during an architectural recent restoration, and attributable to the taste of Russian owners who acquired the Palazzo in the eighteenth century.
The gnawing sinner tells his story: he is Count Ugolino, and the head he gnaws belongs to Archbishop Ruggieri. In "the most pathetic and dramatic passage of the "Inferno"", Ugolino describes how he conspired with Ruggieri in 1288 to oust his nephew and take control over the Guelphs of Pisa. However, as soon as Nino was gone, the Archbishop, sensing the Guelphs' weakened position, turned on Ugolino and imprisoned him with his sons and grandsons in the Torre dei Gualandi. In March 1289, the Archbishop condemned the prisoners to death by starvation in the tower.
The construction of the new church began in 1908 and the design was committed to engineer Giuseppe Gualandi, who chose a style inspired by French Gothic architecture. In 1914, the Association moved to the church of St. Joseph Calasanz in Via Cavallini, since the old chapel was partially demolished in order to allow the completion of the new church; the building, completed in 1917, was blessed and opened to worship on November 1 of the same year. The parish was founded on December 10. On May 17, 1921 the church was consecrated by Pietro Benedetti, Archbishop of Tyre, its first vicar.
The oral method, fostered by Pendola, involved lip reading, was the main method used in Europe during the 19th and most of the 20th-century. Some sources claim that Roman Catholicism favored oral tradition, versus sign language methods, because speech was required for confession. After Pendola's death, the name was changed by decree of Umberto I to the Royal Institute Pendola for Deaf Mutes. In 1980 the school was closed and the students were transferred mainly to Istituto Gualandi. The Istituto Pendola was in the process of modernization in 2014.
The most participations have been by Janos Köhler with 8, who has contested five finals and achieved four podium finishes. Janos Köhler is also the only rider to win two overall titles and to qualify in 1st place twice achieving the latter in two consecutive races. Guillaume Gualandi holds the record for the most consecutive appearances in a final with three. Janos Köhler and Sebastian Körber hold the record for the most consecutive podium finishes with two each, the former doing so on two occasions. Guillaume Gualandi and Janos Köhler are the only riders to be ranked #1 in the World Rankings more than once, the former doing so in consecutive years, thus also the only rider to successfully defend a #1 World Ranking. Seven riders have won both the qualifying run and the final at the same event: Miles Rockwell – Tuna Canyon, Malibu, California (2005); Frédéric Moncassin – Saint-Lary-Soulan, France (2009); Birgit Braumann and Thomas Schäfer – Moritzberg, Germany (2009); Janos Köhler – La Redoute, Aywaille, Belgium (2010); Ivita Krūmiņa – Sigulda, Latvia (2010); and David McCook - Guanella Pass, Georgetown, Colorado (2013). The most successful rider is Janos Köhler with two wins, twice 2nd and a 4th place. The oldest rider to win is David McCook, who was 44 years and 210 days old when he won in Guanella Pass, Georgetown, Colorado. The youngest winner was Thomas Schäfer who was 25 years and 132 days old when he won on the Moritzberg, Germany.