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52 examples of  martino  in sentences

52 examples of martino in sentences

We were woken up a little after midnight by two British Staff officers, who were very vague and ignorant, but told us to go next morning to San Martino di Lupari, a little village midway between Cittadella and Castelfranco.

* The Battery ate their Christmas dinner at San Martino, though the air had been thick with talk of an immediate move.

But luckily they left San Martino alone, thinking it too small to worry about.

Having returned to Sirmione, we arranged with him to drive us next day to the neighbouring battlefields of 1859, San Martino and Solferino.

We visited first San Martino della Battaglia, only a few miles from the southern end of the Lake.

A series of hills, dominated by Solferino and San Martino, formed the positions the Franco-Sardinian army had to assail.

The Sardinians, led by Victor Emmanuel, made a violent assault on San Martino; four times in succession did they take it, only to lose it again, but the fifth time they made themselves masters of it for good and all.

My mother's confessor, Fra Martino, always showed great kindness to me; and I spent many hours with him at the convent.

The authorities on each side are interested, and therefore suspicious; the provocations alleged by the one are as warmly denied by the other; and to the ravages of the military in Angrogna and Lucerna, are opposed the massacres of the Catholics in Perousa and San Martino.

The society was known in the city as the Buonuomini (good men) of S. Martino, the little church close to Dante's house, behind the Badia: S. Martin being famous among saints for his impulsive yet wise generosity with his cloak.

Examples of the pure Byzantine bring us to those of the Greco-Italian school, and these to the early Italian, represented (in its Umbrian branch) by Cimabue, by Giotto and his followers, the Gaddi, Cavallini, Giottino, Orgagna, and others; while of the Sienese we have Duccio, Simone di Martino, and Lorenzetti, with more of less note.

All the more important towns were fortified, and entrenched camps and bastions were erected at San Martino in Mugello, and at Terra del Sole.

Convent of St. Martino.

Convent of St. Martino.

" On September 6, after visiting the catacombs, he goes to the Convent of St. Martino, and indulges in this rhapsody: "From a terrace and balcony two views of the beautiful scenery of the city and bay are obtained.

This was the work of Martino d'Olanda, a good artist for the times in which he lived; and Michelangelo transferred the composition to a panel.

His uncle kept reminding the young man that, if he did not marry and get children, the whole property of the Buonarroti would go to the Hospital or to S. Martino.

Coming so quickly upon the heels of the victories of Solferino and San Martino, it is no marvel that what stunned Italy should have almost killed Mrs. Browning.

Meantime, the Good Knight, not suspecting that his plan was betrayed, had taken a hundred men-at-arms and gone to a little village called San Martino about six miles from Verona.

The night was drawing near, and the Good Knight commanded that there should be no more charging, as they had done enough for their honour, and the gallant little party found a safe refuge in the village of San Martino, in the midst of cypresses, whence they had started in the morning.

That night the French lodged in the village of San Martino, and they feasted joyfully upon such provisions as they could find, feeling very proud of their success, for they had scarcely lost any men in comparison with the enemy.

This was a "Deposition from the Cross," in high relief, placed in a lunette over one of the side doors of S. Martino at Lucca.

They ascended together the funicular road of Monte Vomero to the heights crowned by the castle of S. Elmo and the monastery of S. Martino.

She had pleasant memories of the expedition to the heights of S. Martino.

DE MARTINO, ANTONIO.

SEE Martino, Antonio de. DENNISTON, ROLLIN H., joint author.

MARTINO, ANTONIO DE. Collection of Italian and neapolitan songs for mandolin serie 76.

Antonio de Martino (A); 31May56; R171248.

William Faulkner (A); 25Sep61; R282278. Doctor Martino and other stories.

A. De Martino (PCW); 4Oct67; R419074.

DE MARTINO, A. SEE Le Canzoni Della S.I.M.E., 1940-41.

DEL VAYO, ALVEREZ J. SEE ALVEREZ DEL VAYO, J. DE MARTINO, A. SEE RACCOLTA DELLE PIU' BELLE CANZONI DELLA CASA EDITRICE CIOFFI.

MARTINO, A. DE. SEE DE MARTINO, A. MARWEDEL, (C. W.) Everything for the shop, metals for any purpose in sheets, rods, tubes and wire; catalog no.72M.

MARTINO, A. DE. SEE DE MARTINO, A. MARWEDEL, (C. W.) Everything for the shop, metals for any purpose in sheets, rods, tubes and wire; catalog no.72M.

By A. De Martino, compiler, Raffaele Chiurazzi & B. U. Canetti. ยฉ 8Sep45; AF3117.

DE MARTINO, ANTONIO.

SEE Martino, Antonio de. DENNISTON, ROLLIN H., joint author.

MARTINO, ANTONIO DE. Collection of Italian and neapolitan songs for mandolin serie 76.

Antonio de Martino (A); 31May56; R171248.

William Faulkner (A); 25Sep61; R282278. Doctor Martino and other stories.

A. De Martino (PCW); 4Oct67; R419074.

DE MARTINO, A. SEE Le Canzoni Della S.I.M.E., 1940-41.

DEL VAYO, ALVEREZ J. SEE ALVEREZ DEL VAYO, J. DE MARTINO, A. SEE RACCOLTA DELLE PIU' BELLE CANZONI DELLA CASA EDITRICE CIOFFI.

MARTINO, A. DE. SEE DE MARTINO, A. MARWEDEL, (C. W.) Everything for the shop, metals for any purpose in sheets, rods, tubes and wire; catalog no.72M.

MARTINO, A. DE. SEE DE MARTINO, A. MARWEDEL, (C. W.) Everything for the shop, metals for any purpose in sheets, rods, tubes and wire; catalog no.72M.

By A. De Martino, compiler, Raffaele Chiurazzi & B. U. Canetti. ยฉ 8Sep45; AF3117.

The allusions in these poems are so obscure that it would in most cases be hopeless to seek to unravel the meaning had not the author left us a key in a letter to Martino da Signa, prior of the Augustinians.

Boccaccio is even more explicit, and I cannot do better than transcribe the very interesting summary of the history of pastoral verse down to his day, given in a letter addressed by him to Martino da Signa, which I shall again have occasion to mention in dealing with his own contributions to the kind.

In the long, narrow street of San Simone, behind the cathedral of San Martino, stand the two Guinigi Palaces.

Martino, the cathedral of Lucca, stands on one side of a small piazza behind the principal square.

Together they proceeded to the cathedral of San Martino.

in our cathedral of San Martino.