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- proper n. A male given name, the Italian ( and Spanish and Portuguese) form of Leonard.
- proper n. Leonardo da Vinci, Italian polymath.
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- n. Italian painter and sculptor and engineer and scientist and architect; the most versatile genius of the Italian Renaissance (1452-1519)
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It is believed, too, that Arcimboldo had first-hand acquaintance with Leonardo's drawings of grotesque heads, many of which belonged to a family friend; the irregular profiles of the composite heads often have remarkable cognates in Leonardo's distorted profiles.
After four films I have to say without a twinge of doubt that Leonardo is no De Niro.
Even though Leonardo is renowned for his paintings, only about 15 survive.
ROME (AP) At least 70 flights at Rome's main Leonardo da Vinci airport were canceled Wednesday by a ground workers protest against job cuts that are part of Alitalia's imminent relaunch.
Previously, on Everything: Â Dante Hicks is a clerk at the Quick Stop, a local convenience store in Leonardo, New Jersey.
Born in Vinci, a small village near Florence, Leonardo is known as one of the greatest architects, engineers, artists and men in history.
Leonardo is such a towering figureand a controversial onethat I wanted the portrait of him to be drawn from his own thoughts and experiences.
India has been selected as the next stop in Leonardo DiCaprio
India has been selected as the next stop in Leonardo DiCaprio's campaign with the World Wildlife Fund to draw awareness to the plight of tigers.
This is the arrangement illustrated in Leonardo's sections of the human head and described by Publicius, who adds: Between the posterior and anterior ventricles [Hippocrates] located a middle organ, the pineal gland.
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