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

  • Pavarotti, Luciano 1935-2007. Italian-born tenor whose notable operatic roles include the Duke of Mantua in Rigoletto and Radames in Aïda.

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  • n. Italian tenor (born in 1935)

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Examples

  • PAVAROTTI: Pavarotti and Friends got started because I am a-- I am proud to be a messenger of peace for the United Nations.

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2003

  • Luciano Pavarotti is one of the few that truly earned the right to be called Maestro, and I am greatly saddened at his passing.

    R.I.P. Luciano Pavarotti

  • O Sole Mio (My Sun in Italian) (Pavarotti is waving Googedbye Earth)

    O Sole Mio

  • · Using an excerpt of Pavarotti’s voice, obtaining a list of Pavarotti’s records, video clips where Pavarotti is singing and photographic material portraying Pavarotti.

    Thoughts: Search for Emotions and Shapes

  • I call Pavarotti and Pavarotti says, "Frank" -- and this is just what he -- the way he described it, "Frank, this is an angry song.

    CNN Transcript May 12, 2007

  • President Bush called Pavarotti one of the most accomplished, acclaimed opera singers of all time.

    CNN Transcript Sep 6, 2007

  • PAVAROTTI: It was, you know, sometime to be called Pavarotti is not always an advantage.

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2003

  • The New York Daily News snickers here (scroll down) at K-Fed's apparent confusion of '' Pavarotti '' with '' paparazzi. ''

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Mr Hughes 'family business has been hand-crafting the detailed characters since the mid-1960s and has recreated other famous faces such as Pavarotti,

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  • He spoke about the phenomenon of being called Pavarotti's heir to the tenor throne ( "

    Opera Chic

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