Casanova


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Synonyms for Casanova

a man amorously attentive to women

Synonyms for Casanova

an Italian adventurer who wrote vivid accounts of his sexual encounters (1725-1798)

any man noted for his amorous adventures

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La identificacion aparecida en numerosos paises entre masculinidad y virilidad, con participacion necesaria como ciudadanos-heroes en la Primera Guerra Mundial, tambien es realizada por Sofia Casanova (12).
Clark has an international airport and is near Subic seaport, making it ideal as an alternate capital, Casanova said.
The Casanova Center opened in 1991, and totals 102,000 square feet.
I said 'You've got a fantastic voice, I want to put you on at the Casanova Club next Saturday'.
The board wrote that Vides Casanova "knowingly shielded subordinates from the consequences of their acts and promoted a culture of tolerance for human rights abuses.
Whisper Casanova into the ear of anyone who fancies themselves a connoisseur of Cardiff's independent restaurants and you get a sharp intake of breath, a rolling of the eyes and a glowing description of the delicacies in store for you.
According to officials, Casanova climbed the huge steel tower in 68 minutes and 26 seconds, while spectators looked on in awe, the New York Daily News reported.
The Spanish Republic and Civil War, by Julian Casanova.
Casanova, Stendhal, Tolstoy; adepts in self-portraiture.
Scientist Jordi Casanova, head of the "Morphogenesis in Drosophila" lab at IRB Barcelona and CSIC research professor, proposes in an article that researchers may be working from the wrong angle.
Kildare Dobbs (author); CASANOVA IN VENICE; The Porcupine's Quill (Poetry: Poetry) $14.
Malayalam superstar Mohanlal is living a life of fast cars and beautiful women in Dubai -- all for his latest film, Casanova, of course
Robinson had the additional advantage of a strong cast headed by John Fanning, whose Casanova struck just the right balance between sensuality and mature, worldly wisdom.
An anonymous donor has purchased the original memoirs of Giacomo Casanova, a notorious Venetian 18th century seducer, on behalf of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France (BNF).
Andrea Casanova and her husband, working through the Ally Foundation (created to honor their daughter who was murdered by a sex offender in 2002), will partner with the RAND Corp.