Venturi

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  • noun

Synonyms for Venturi

United States architect (born in 1925)

a tube with a constriction

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Galileo fra gli astrologi"; Margherita Palumbo, "Un 'introvabile' Bruno casanarense"; Paolo Ponzio, "Un quarto manoscritto del campanelliano Compendium physiologide"; Antonio Savorelli, "Le ultime pagine bruniane di Felice Tocco"; Oreste Trabucco, "Nell'officina di Giovan Battista Delia Porta"; Leen Spruit, "Tra scienza e fede: I Gesuiri di fronte alla rivoluzione scientifica.
Around this time, Machiavelli addressed Giovan Battista Soderini in a long intricate letter, which has come to be known as the Ghiribizzi.
In approaching the subject, Bolzoni first looks at the relationship of the art of memory to the body, dwelling also on the elements of physiognomy illustrated in Giovan Battista Della Porta's treatise Fisionomia (1616).
Only thirty-five paintings and frescoes by Fabrizio Boschi, for example, were known to Giuseppe Cantelli when he compiled his Repertorio della pittura fiorentina del Seicento, published in 1983; he listed even fewer (thirteen) by Giovan Battista Vanni.
La presenza di Giovan Battista Della Porta nel Carteggio Linceo.
Particularly valuable is her discussion of such later critics as Paolo Beni of Gubbio and Giovan Battista Crispo.
In fables with moralizing mythical creatures, writers like Anton Francesco Doni, Giovan Battista Gelli, or Niccolo' Franco advanced reform ideas through laughter and satire, all the while championing vernacular Bibles.
Ossimori d'amore nell'Adone di Giovan Battista Marino" by Andrea Battistini (99-110); "Scrittura teatrale e metafora in Giacinto Andrea Cicognini" by Anna Rita Rati (111-30); "Quelques reflexions sur la presentation de la culture italienne du XVIIeme siecle dans les dictionnaires de Luis Moreri et de Pierre Bayle" by Philippe Simon (131-46); "Tasso e Virgilio sulle sponde del Sebeto.
For example, she convincingly compares the design methodology she derives from the garden notebook to the principles enunciated by Giovan Battista Ganducci in his Descriptiones oratoriae of 1677, in which the Jesuit Father stresses the importance of subdividing the garden into geometrically shaped compartments; moreover, she rightly links the interest in star-shaped compartments to the new astronomical discoveries that influenced architectural design during the second half of the seventeenth century.
La diffusione della metrica `neoclassica' nelle letterature rinascimentali" (67-83); Rocco Paternostro, "I prosatori minori del Trecento: uomini e scrittori della crisi" (85-101); Daniel Quarta, "Lettura delle Due comedie in comedia di Giovan Battista Andreini" (103-43); Alberto Roncaccia, "Poesia e poetica dell'ultimo Montale" (145-59); Gratiliamo Andreotti, "L'unico viaggio di Caterina da Siena" (163-77); Federico Luisetti, "Le antinomie di Fredric Jameson" (179-87); Maurizio Urbani, "Pasolini: rilettura di Salo" (189-205); "Note e recensioni" (207-39).
Francesca Savoia ci regala una foto di gruppo degli Andreini, famiglia illustre di teatranti: Francesco e Isabella, entrambi poeti, mentre il loro rampollo, Giovan Battista, si affermo sul proscenio dell'arte drammatica barocca tra i piu celebri e importanti drammaturghi dell'epoca.
This book explores the works and philosophy of an intriguing figure of the Italian Renaissance, Giovan Battista Gelli (1498-1563).
Some, indeed, such as the armour made by Giovan Battista Panzeri, called Zarabaglia, and Marco Antonio Fava of Milan for the Archduke Ferdinand II of Tirol about 1559-60 (no.
Giovan Battista Campanelli documents the effect of national and international events on Porto San Giorgio and the province of Fermo in the Marche region of Italy between the years of 1760 and 1836.
In what might appear to be a final victory for the literary arts over the oral, he briefly mentions the accomplishments of Giovan Battista Andreini who left eighteen fully scripted plays.