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“Yes, it's sweet that he loves his little boy so much "Harrison Detroit, l'amor de la mia vita" , but I pray that he never has another child.”
“And now that I'm thinking about, if Italian is anything like French, it should read "l'amor de mia vita", because it actually says "the love of the my life.”
“In foco l'amor mi mise" and "Amor di caritate", have been attributed to St. Francis himself.”
“He could describe the loss of Paradise and even its recovery, but its eternal bliss, the bliss of those who live in the presence of l'amor che move il sole e l'altre stelle, he could not describe.”
“As to the two famous hymns _Amor de caritade_  and _In foco l'amor mi mise_,  they cannot be attributed to St. Francis, at least in their present form.”
“Chi ha l'amor nel petto," said Signorina Sabatina.”
“ Cardan writes: "Vi supplico per l'amor che mi portati, et per l'amicitia ch'è tra noi, che spero durara fin che viveremo, che mi mandati sciolta questa questione. 1 cubo piu 3. cose egual à 10.”
“One or two begged somewhat abjectly for a soldo "per l'amor di Dio;" but for the most part they passed with a brisk step, a pleasant smile, and a cheerful "Guten Abend," or "buona sera.”
“That Scott was never himself, in the sense of the phrase as employed by lovers of the Parisian school, 'ivre d'amour,' may be admitted without prejudice to his sensibility,  and that he never knew 'l'amor che move' l sol e l'altre stelle, 'was the chief, though unrecognised, calamity of his deeply chequered life.”
“That Scott was never himself, in the sense of the phrase as employed by lovers of the Parisian school, "ivre d'amour," may be admitted without prejudice to his sensibility,  and that he never knew "l'amor che move 'l sol e l'altre stelle," was the chief, though unrecognized, calamity of his deeply checkered life.”
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