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Synonyms for angelica

any of various tall and stout herbs of the genus Angelica having pinnately compound leaves and small white or greenish flowers in compound umbels

candied stalks of the angelica plant

aromatic stems or leaves or roots of Angelica Archangelica

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Mr Callaghan, who steps down as managing director, said: "The signifi-cant support of a large international company like Angelico ensures a fantastic future not only for the staff but also for the range of companies that supply Very English with products and services.
Fra Angelico depicts the effect all of this would have on her life by painting her words upside down and backwards.
Angelico said Wild Well personnel approached the well earlier Tuesday night, before the fire, but they determined it was unsafe to get closer when they were about 200 feet away from it.
com 'Fra Angelico and the Masters of the Light' is the first show to pay tribute to the work of the early Renaissance painter in France.
s focus on Savonarola's preaching, Biel's theology, and the art of Fra Angelico and Michelangelo works well for highlighting how the cross was imagined and understood in the Renaissance.
The latest addition to the superbly produced University of New Mexico Press' 'Paso Por Aqui: Series on the Nuevomexicano Literary Heritage', "The Life and Writing of Fray Angelico Chavez: A New Mexico Renaissance Man" is an informed and informative literary biography by Ellen McCracken (Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature, University of California, Santa Barbara).
Turoldo" by Pasquale Tuscano (719-736); "Ne L'isola di Arturo dall'esilio alla fuga" by Nicola Carducci (737-52); "Il Beato Angelico di Elsa Morante" by Giulia Dell'Aquila (753-62); "La scrittura del tempo e la 'letteraturizzazione' del ricordo raccontato come immagine: la traccia, la testimonianza e la metafora del 'passato che non passa'" by Carlo Augieri (763-80); "Scrivere di storia.
The 26-year-old from Stirling turns out for one of Italy's top teams, Angelico Biella, and lives in the lap of luxury near Milan.
The stunning collection begins with two panels of instrument-playing angels by Fra Angelico, the Italian early Renaissance artist and Dominican brother, that open to reveal a portrait of a pensive angel flanked by choirs of angels.
And it was just recently decided that the most appropriate venue for them was the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library in Santa Fe.
If the latter were indeed the case, the Oulipo would be in distinguished company, for Bayard contends convincingly in this study that Voltaire plagiarized Conan Doyle; that Maupassant plagiarized Proust; that Racine plagiarized Victor Hugo; and that Fra Angelico cadged his "dripping" technique from Jackson Pollock.
Around 1438 Fra Angelico painted an altarpiece for the chapel of the Guidalotti family in the Observant Dominican church of San Domenico in Perugia (fig.
Italy's Fra Angelico has developed a man-packable dome tent solution for soldiers not entirely on friendly terms with mosquitos, biting flies and other nuisances to a moment's relaxation.
It is the luminosity and harmony of colour that provides an immediate visual impact and the serenity and innocence of the figures recall altar images from 15th-century Italianartists suchasGentile da Fabriano and Fra Angelico.
The two small works were painted by a monk known as Fra Angelico in 1439.