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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Cellini, Benvenuto 1500-1571. Italian writer and sculptor who is known for his Autobiography and his sculpture of Perseus.

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  • n. Italian sculptor (1500-1571)

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Examples

  • She was pleased and interested at the idea of Cellini's being in love.

    A Romance of Two Worlds

  • U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, on crutches, said the prosecution was gratified by the guilty verdicts on the two counts, calling Cellini's prosecution an "extremely important case."

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  • "The Myth of Antiquity" presents works of art depicting mythological scenes by Correggio, Parmigianino, Titian and Spranger alongside objects such as Cellini's "Saliera."

    Time Off: Cultural Events Around Europe

  • Mr. Mickelson wears several "Cellini" models, which start at $5,000.

    Fashionably Great

  • Luttichau fix an early date for the 'Cellini' performance, and if you could get Berlioz to conduct his own work when he is in Dresden.

    Among the Great Masters of Music Scenes in the Lives of Famous Musicians

  • She had the gay air of a holiday-seeker, returned "Cellini" with a smart push, and kneeling, ran her finger along the volumes, pausing on

    The Branding Iron

  • Your letter has given me real pleasure, and I send you my warmest thanks for your artistic resolve to bring "Cellini" to a hearing in Dresden.

    Letters

  • It would be splendid if you should succeed in your endeavors to make Herr von Luttichau fix an early date for the "Cellini" performance, and if you could get Berlioz to conduct his own work when he is in Dresden.

    Letters

  • Carl Haslinger, who had arrived for the first performance of "Cellini," was also present at this, and can tell you about it.

    Letters

  • "Cellini," the Symphony of Romeo and Juliet, and some pieces from the Faust Symphony.

    Letters

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