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a woman with whom you are in love or have an intimate relationship

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The female characters of Jose Rizal's novels moved me to create my 'Inamorata' collection of timeless, elegant gowns and cocktail dresses for the modern-day Filipina on her most important date at the altar.'
During his crises of inspiration Rossini was always beset by a multitude of inamorata, but he shortly grew tired of them.
One evening she drove to Fischer's house while his editorial assistant/new inamorata was with him.
Donizetti's comic opera about a young man in love, his clever inamorata, and the .
INAMORATA A The stage of rigor mortis B A female lover C Unable to change who am I?
(62) As in England, these actions were originally limited to husbands, and a wife had no right to civil redress against her husband's inamorata. (63)
Walk in the front door of Russell McCormmach's house in the River Road area of Eugene, and the first thing you'll see, mounted in the entryway, is a three-dimensional paint-on-steel rendition of Pablo Picasso's 1932 painting "Girl Before a Mirror," modeled after the artist's latest inamorata, Marie Therese Walter.
After beginning a game of GTW from his bedroom--a game which shows up on NORAD's computers as a real Soviet threat--Lightman and his inamorata, Mack, track down Dr.
Williams calls this serenade by Manolo (voiced by Diego Luna) to his inamorata Maria, accompanied mainly by acoustic guitar, "lovingly childlike."
The first body is identified as Reid Tamblin and the second as Reids inamorata, Katielynn Montgomery, thereby bringing Reid's fiancee Leah Tamblin into the convoluted question of how the two ended up in Jason Getty's flower border.
Richard Williams was also responsible for elaborating Stephen McNeff's Prometheus Drown'd from a monologue for mezzo soprano to a music theatre piece for mezzo soprano (Clare McCaldin) and three actors, telling the story of the poet Shelley's death in a boating accident in Italy, as witnessed by his friend Trelawny and his inamorata Jane Williams.
In 1784, Smith gravitated toward a Petrarch who was at a point in his life when he was reflecting on his own youthful passions and his memories of Laura, and who did so in a setting linked with his emotional development, a setting in which his grief and "faithful flame" burned in isolation from his inamorata. In Smith's rewritings, Petrarch epitomizes the nascent Romantic idea that the external world is a window into one's personal, emotional past, and the site of internal narratives known only to the individual.
Harvey in 1907 and retitled "In Honor's Name," Conveying the seediness of Russian military life and officers' obsession with dueling, the dreary tale ends with a pistol duel, in which Second Lieutenant Romashov, a naif in an adulterous affair, is killed when he fights at the urging of his inamorata Shurochka.
The figure of Inamorata in the early frontispieces of Burton's Anatomy provides a kind of paradigm for the representation of the saturnine lover.