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- n. A hood, especially of a cloak; a capuche.
Others say it is because of the cappuccio or hood of the friar's robes.
Un di queli arrovellati scotendo la cresto dello arronzinato cappuccio.
This one, with an addition of nerello cappuccio, is a lovely example, fragrant and mineral.
'Un di queli arrovellati scotendo la cresto dello arronzinato cappuccio.'
There's Antonello da Messina's skeptical young man with thick curling hair and a black cappuccio (1478 and Laurana's nuanced marble of the introspective bluestocking Beatrice of Aragon (c.
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