Synonyms for vuole or Related words with vuole
Examples of "vuole"
1st División "Dio lo
" - Bgd. Gen. Edmondo Rossi
Sc. 6: No. 8 Aria: "Ella
ed io vorrei" (Cassandro)
Si salvi chi
is a 1980 Italian film. It stars Claudia Cardinale.
Act III, scene 1 - Aria of Ircano, "Ciel mi
appresso" [a non-Metastasian text]
• La jena più ne ha e più ne
, project, screenplay and screen tests for a cancelled film, 1970.
One of his songs - "Che
questa musica stasera" - is part of the original soundtrack of the 2015 movie "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."
The 1st División "Dio lo
" ("God wills it"), was one of the three Italian Blackshirts Divisions sent to Spain during the Spanish Civil War to make up the ""Corpo Truppe Volontarie"" (Corps of Volunteer Troops), or CTV.
3 February to 8 February: The 1st CCNN Division "Dio lo
," in support of the Nationalists, launched an offensive against Málaga. On 8 February, the Italians and Nationalists captured the city. The Battle of Málaga was a decisive victory for the Nationalists. About 74 Italian soldiers were killed, 221 wounded, and two missing in the battle.
In subsequent years, Polo dedicated himself entirely to teaching. His motto was: "L'amore è il primo segreto del buon insegnamento; non basta il metodo, ci
il cuore" (Love is the first secret of good teaching; it's not just the method, it takes heart). He donated his books and scores to the library of the Milan Conservatory.
The Violent Professionals (Italian: "Milano trema: la polizia
giustizia") is a 1973 Italian Poliziotteschi gangster film directed by Sergio Martino. The film stars Luc Merenda (Giorgio Caneparo) who goes undercover as a getaway driver for the mob so he can wage a one-man war on crime to avenge the death of father-figure cop Gianni (Silvano Tranquilli).
In 2004 Moro recorded a Spanish-language version of the song "Situazioni della vita" for the compilation album "Italianos para siempre", released in Latin America by Universal and featuring songs performed by several other Italian artists. His following singles, "Eppure pretendevi di essere chiamata amore" and "Ci
un business" were released in 2004 and 2005, respectively.
In 1980 Faenza chose the Italian Communist Party as subject matter with "Si salvi chi
". Considered as a politically incorrect director, he was forced to work outside of Italy to be able to find financing: in 1983 he filmed "Copkiller" in New York City with Harvey Keitel, Nicole Garcia and the leader of the Sex Pistols, Johnny Rotten.
In 1997, Zarrillo released his first compilation album, "L'amore
amore", which was a commercial success, being certified platinum five times by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry for domestic sales exceeding 500,000 units. A Spanish-language version of the album was also released in Spain, where "Cinco Dias" was released as a single.
The most important of his publications are: "Della natura di società giuridica e pubblica competente alla Chiesa" (Rome, 1880); "Nozioni di diritto pubblico naturale ed ecclesiastico" (Rome, 1886); "La Massoneria quel che e quel che ha fatto, quel che
" (Rome, 1905); "Institutiones Iuris Publici Ecclesiastici" (Rome, 1906), in three volumes.
A native of Mirandola, she currently lives near Modena. Her debut novel is "La ragazza dalle ali di serpente", published in 2007, under the pseudonym of Luna Lanzoni. As a noir fiction's writer she received, for two consecutive years, the Marco Casacci Prizes with two short stories: "Dorothy non
morire" and "La sindrome felicità repulsiva". For her short novel "Una storia da rubare" she won the Premio Gran Giallo Città di Cattolica.
In the late 1950s, Lisi did theater at Piccolo Teatro di Milano in "I giacobini" by Federico Zardi under the direction of Giorgio Strehler. During the 1960s, Lisi did comedies and participated in television dramas that were widely viewed in Italy. Lisi also promoted a toothpaste brand on television with a slogan that would become a catchphrase among Italians: ""con quella bocca può dire ciò che
"" ("with such a mouth, she can say whatever she wants").
On 10 April 2009, Fibra released his fifth album, entitled "Chi
Essere Fabri Fibra?" "(Who Wants To Be Fabri Fibra?)" He released two songs from the album, entitled "Incomprensioni" ("Incomprehension") (featuring Federico Zampaglione) and "Speak English", which discusses the cultural differences between Italy and England; the video for "Speak English" was shot in Brighton, where Fibra lived and worked for four years. A track off the album, entitled "Donna Famosa" ("Famous Woman"), is featured in the soundtrack of the "FIFA 10" football video game.
After quitting his host job, he returned to the comedy circuit with a new name, "Hiroshi"—taken from the announcer Hiroshi Ikushima (生島ヒロシ "Ikushima Hiroshi")—and a new gimmick; one that would eventually gain him stardom in 2004 while landing stand-up spots on various comedy programs including the popular "The god of Entertainment". (エンタの神様). His skit always follows the same formula: A simple introduction followed by a recollection of past and present pitiful episodes in his life after which he repeats, "I am Hiroshi." (ヒロシです/Hiroshi desu), while Italian singer Peppino Gagliardi's "Che
questa musica stasera" plays in the background.
The less pop-oriented and more impervious " Persone silenziose " (1989) sold 500,000 copies, and included the song "Primavera". Carboni's most successful album was "Carboni", released in January 1992, containing the pop hits "Ci
un fisico bestiale", "La mia città" and "Mare mare", which won the Festivalbar in the following summer. "Carboni" sold more than a million copies and was followed, as common for Carboni, by a summer tour, although this time on a European scale; he also sang in eight concerts with Jovanotti.
In 1928, collectivization of agriculture started in Ingria. To facilitate it, in 1929–1931, 18,000 people (4,320 families) from North Ingria were deported to East Karelia or the Kola Peninsula, as well as to Kazakhstan and other parts of Central Asia. The situation for the Ingrian Finns deteriorated further because of the Soviet plan to create restricted security zones along the borders with Finland and Estonia, free of the Finnic peoples, who were considered politically unreliable. In April 1935 7,000 people (2,000 families) were deported from Ingria to Kazakhstan, elsewhere in Central Asia, and the Ural region. In May and June 1936 20,000 people, the entire Finnish population of the parishes of Valkeasaari, Lempaala,
and Miikkulainen near the Finnish border, were transferred to the area around Cherepovets. In Ingria they were replaced by people from other parts of the Soviet Union.
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