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  • It narrowly beat "amore", the Italian word for love, although Italian was named the world's most romantic language.

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  • “De Cretensibus accepimus, quod in amore puerorum intemperantes fuerunt, quod postea in Lacones et in totam Græciam translatum est.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Teatro Odeon, Milan: "Chi ruba un piede è fortunato in amore".

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  • Foedera.] 69 Sensit vetus regnandi, falsos in amore, odia non fingere.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • The study was carried out on lacquer from five instruments -- four violins and an old-fashioned "viola d'amore" -- made over a 30-year period by master luthier Stradivari, who lived from 1644 to 1737.

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  • The Sexiest Masculine Perfume: I will say Yatagan only because well I've worn it a lot lately and though I have not been keeping track, I suspect it perhaps coincidentally has been worn on more nights that led to 'amore' than other scents.

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  • 'Viols d'amore' and 'hautbois' accorded to a hymn.

    Men, Women and Ghosts

  • Above all, his passions have never been broken up, to this day he has never known the meaning of that most hackneyed word, 'amore'.

    Zoe: The History of Two Lives

  • L'elisir d'amore which is cast exclusively I believe from the excellent group of singers at the Ryan Center.

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  • Jeremy Commons looks at Donizetti's opera L'elisir d'amore which is featured in next week's Metropolitan Opera Season

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  • Amore is Italian for love. It was first made popular in English in the 1952 song "That's Amore" sung by Dean Martin.

    June 28, 2009