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  • Come detto nel post precedente, ero triste di lasciare di nuovo casa perche' questo posto mi sa ancora di temporaneo e transitorio; ma credo che questo sia piu' che altro colpa mia, perche' non mi sono tanto sforzata a crearmi una qualunque vita per me qui che non ruoti intorno allo stare a casa col computer.

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  • Una ragazza qualunque Cara Failer tenta un approccio diverso da quello che sua madre le ha insegnato, per sbaragliare la concorrenza ad un provino.

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  • Ma ora, uniamoci ai nostri eroi nella lotta contro le navi ragno pirata, o qualunque cosa siano…

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  • In 1804 the medal was awarded to Ruffini, and the dissertation was published under the title "Sopra la determinazione delle radice nelle equazioni numeriche di qualunque grado".

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  • Similarly there was a lady having her dress and wig altered, they told me she was "una donna qualunque" -- the very words I had seen a few weeks previously written up in Rome to advertise a performance in

    Diversions in Sicily

  • I suspect there must have been somewhere "un guerriero qualunque" so constructed that his head could be cut off, and that he had been disguised as and substituted for the Duca d'Avilla when Ferrau appeared to kill that warrior, for, without trickery, no sword in the teatrino, not even la Durlindana, could have cut off a head which had an iron rod running through it.

    Diversions in Sicily

  • He asked if I had not lately had "una disgrazia qualunque."

    Diversions in Sicily

  • And there was "un gigante qualunque" -- the raw material for a giant, something that could be faked up into this or that special giant when wanted.

    Diversions in Sicily

  • This, Pasquale said, represented "una citta qualunque."

    Diversions in Sicily

  • He was not The Devil, he was only "un diavolo qualunque," but he was fascinating, and he had horns and a tail -- Pasquale and the other youths showed me his tail very particularly and laughed at him cruelly for having one.

    Diversions in Sicily

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