from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A church bell.
- n. The pasque flower.
- n. Same as Gutta.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Eccles., a church-bell.
- n. A bell-like dish or cover used in making sulphuric acid.
- n. In botany, the pasque-flower, Anemone Pulsatilla.
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- n. the shape of a bell
Sorry, no etymologies found.
True, Mozzarella di Bufala Campana is traditional Italian cheese made by water buffalo milk.
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She was a regular 22-year-old girl, said Cameron Campana, a club promoter who was a college student at the time.
Some respite is provided, however, by the contemporary Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka's vitreous "Water Block" benches, which seem to float in their luminous space, and by the chic Café de l'Horloge, a Jules Verne-inspired fantasy by the Brazillian Campana team that fills the floor's foremost clock tower.
• Calle E No 158 B, between Calles 9a and Calzada, Vedado +537 833 1425At first glance, chill-out bar and grill La Campana seems more like an upmarket finca farm than anything else.
"It is the job of our computers to retain details of the interesting collisions – and only the interesting ones," says Pierluigi Campana, spokesman for the LHCb, one of the collider's main experiments.
It looks like they were made by the “special needs” children of the Campana brothers.
Before the bloodletting of last year, "artists of that size wouldn't have been interested in playing together," says Mark Campana, co-president of North American concerts for giant promoter Live Nation.
This year their theme was "Edra in Wonderland," which included a wrinkly fake-fur-covered chair called "Grinza'" it looks like a fat pug and several hairy cabinets by Massimo Morozzi and the Brazilian Campana Brothers.
As well, the solo shows of artists—whether scholarly retrospectives of design heroes like Jean Royère or displays of entire bodies of experimental work by contemporary artists such as Max Lamb, Aldo Bakker or the Campana Brothers—have always been a key feature.