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  • But his final aria on the program's first half, from Verdi's early comedy "Un Giorno di Regno," caught fire, and after that the voice gained in warmth and vigor through several reliable chestnuts: "A, leve-toi soleil," from Gounod's "Romeo et Juliette," and two "Rigoletto" arias.

    Juan Diego Florez at Opera House: With metallic voice, tenor sets gold standard

  • It's tough to hear the composer of Tristan in that one, just as you can barely hear the composer of Aida or Falstaff in Un Giorno di Regno.

    Spark plugs and transmissions

  • Essa è la conclamazione dei pastori di anime a diretto contatto col popolo, esaltante nel nuovo Santo la figura del pastore saggio, prudente divinatore di tempi e di metodi per il trionfo del Regno di Dio nelle coscienze dei singoli, nelle famiglie e nei popoli.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Spagnoletti, Storia del Regno delle Due Sicilie, Bologna, 1997.

    Delizia!

  • As St. Thomas pointed out further in his De Regno, the aim of men living together in society is not riches but virtue.[xiv] And he pointedly says, "If abundance of riches were the ultimate end, an economist would be ruler of the people."[xv]

    The Justice of Distributism

  • Clark quotes St. Thomas' De Regno on the matter of distribution of income to the effect that "an architect who plans a building is...paid a higher wage than is the builder who does the manual labor under his direction" p.

    The Justice of Distributism

  • Ab hoc Regno decem dietis per potestatem Imperatoris Grand Can, inuenitur Insula delectabilis, et speciosa satis: cuius Rex est praepotens in gloria, et in diuitijs superabundans, et de multis quæ illic geruntur admirandis vnum recito solum.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Negociatores quoque volumus vt ex mandato nostro patrocinium habeant in Regno nostro legitime.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Ab hoc Regno decem dietis per potestatem Imperatoris Grand Can, inuenitur Insula delectabilis, et speciosa satis: cuius Rex est praepotens in gloria, et in diuitijs superabundans, et de multis qu� illic geruntur admirandis vnum recito solum.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • [16] Edward Schillebeeckx, "Un diverso modo di pensare tra me e 'i teologi romani," Il Regno-Attualità, no. 20 (1979), pp. 439-441.

    Quo Vadis, Wojtyla?

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