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  • Lucía Méndez, as "Silvana", struggles for fulfillment as a woman.

    San Francisco Sentinel

  • It is just a nightmare, "said one Onna resident called Silvana, who would only give her first name, as she pointed to a pile of bricks and mortar that once housed the local school.


  • Silvana is utterly individual; one doesn't sympathise with some of her prickly or naive reactions, but one is forced to understand them and to long for her happiness.

    Critical eye – book reviews roundup

  • "At the centre of this ambitious debut is a family of Polish immigrants – Janusz, Silvana and their boy Aurek – divided by the fortunes of war before being reunited in the provincial backwater of 1946 Ipswich."

    Critical eye – book reviews roundup

  • I recently asked Silvana Arbia, the Registrar of the International Criminal Court ICC what she thought of this ruling.

    Sam Sasan Shoamanesh: Nyiramasuhuko: The Mother Who Awarded Rape for Murder

  • Silvana Koch-Mehrin , a leading politician in the Free Democratic Party, stepped down in May as vice president of the European Parliament after accusations that about a quarter of the pages in her 200-page dissertation contained instances of plagiarism.

    Phasing Out Nukes, Tuning Out Soccer—and More From the Front Lines

  • The website of the Silvana Paolini Angelucci Foundation, which is dedicated to humanitarian efforts and which donated the statue, makes no mention of the controversy.

    Sculpture of Pope John Paul II decried as 'ugly'

  • Jacek Dukaj's statement about the lack of direct communication between regional clusters is true to some extent, but on the other hand, in recent years I've seen more Italian genre books being translated (Valerio Evangelisti, Licia Troisi, Silvana De Mari) into Polish than Czech ones (I can only recall Miroslav Žamboch).

    MIND MELD: Guide to International SF/F (Part II)

  • Silvana Bianchi, Sean's maternal grandmother, told a secretly run Agencia Estado news service she was ecstatic with a decision.

    Brazil's top court halts boy's return to US dad | Bryan/College ...

  • We are big fans of Reestore here at Inhabitat – over the last year we have showed you Annie, the shopping-cart-turned-chair and Silvana, the washing machine drum-turned-table.

    Kate Andrews | Inhabitat


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