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  • These are not antiphonal in the manner of the north Italian coro spezzato style; Gombert did not divide forces consistently but constantly changed the combinations of voice groups.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Obama ha spezzato questo filo, e forse ha ragione, forse il realismo geopolitico è concreto (Obama segue il realismo, mentre il GOP seguiva l'idealismo, almeno fino agli ultimi anni dell'era Bush).

    LE GUERRE CIVILI

  • “Una creatura dal cuore spezzato cerca l’amore ovunque, per poi trovarlo dove meno te l’aspetti.”

    No Fat Clips!!! : Hey La La – Art of Toys

  • The most appalling aspect of the round-up, as Lidia Beccaria Rolfi and Bruno Maida report in "Il futuro spezzato: i nazisti contro i bambini" [The Future Broken - Nazis Against Children], is "the extremely high number of young victims, Jewish infants and children.

    Gates of Vienna

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