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  • As this website and others have noted, great wines from the Finger Lakes often hit a ceiling of 88 or 89 points, begging observers to ask, "How canso many Finger Lakes rieslings can get so close to 90but no standouts emerge from the pack?"

    Jason Feulner

  • As this website and others have noted, great wines from the Finger Lakes often hit a ceiling of 88 or 89 points, begging observers to ask, "How canso many Finger Lakes rieslings can get so close to 90but no standouts emerge from the pack?"

    Finger Lakes Wine Events

  • As this website and others have noted, great wines from the Finger Lakes often hit a ceiling of 88 or 89 points, begging observers to ask, "How canso many Finger Lakes rieslings can get so close to 90but no standouts emerge from the pack?"

    The 2008 Riesling Shoot-Out

  • Rosana Fortes 7 months ago não canso de mandar para os amigosssssssssssss

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  • As this website and others have noted, great wines from the Finger Lakes often hit a ceiling of 88 or 89 points, begging observers to ask, "How canso many Finger Lakes rieslings can get so close to 90but no standouts emerge from the pack?"

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  • Though he evidently did not begin serious study of philosophy until his mid-twenties, Dante had already been intellectually challenged by the work of a remarkable group of poets, practitioners of what he would later recall as the dolce stil novo, in whose hands a lyric poetry modelled on the canso of the Provençal troubadours became a vehicle for serious enquiry into the nature of love and human psychology.

    Dante Alighieri

  • The true heart of troubadour poetry, as Taruskin says, was the love poem, the canso.

    From the Troubadours to Frank Sinatra

  • What was unique about the troubadour canso was its secular artifice, its engagement with social and linguistic particulars in an ideal vernacular, a koine relatively free of Latin ecclesiastical and juridical control while also not particularly tied to local dialects.

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  • The Portuguese nobles, with King Diniz (reigned 1279-1325) at their head, filled the idle hours of their bloody and passionate lives by composing strangely abstract, conventional poems of love and religion in the manner of the Provençal _canso, dansa, balada_ and _pastorela_, which had had such a luxuriant growth in Southern France in the eleventh and twelfth centuries.

    Modern Spanish Lyrics

  • A complete prosody of the language of _canso_ and _sirvente_, of _vers_ and _cobla_, of _planh_,

    The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory (Periods of European Literature, vol. II)

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