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Campanella

/Italian kampaˈnɛlla/
noun
1.
Tommaso. 1568–1639, Italian philosopher and Dominican friar. During his imprisonment by the Spaniards (1599–1626) he wrote his celebrated utopian fantasy, La città del sole.
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  • In these verses, the saint and queen proclaimed by campanella is Nature.

  • campanella was also, as we should say nowadays, a sociologist.

  • "campanella," said Hugh, without betraying the slightest interest in Miss Corner.

  • He knew well not only Gassendi, but also campanella, and of course Descartes, in his works at least.

    A Voyage to the Moon Cyrano de Bergerac
  • Yesterday he played us a study of Paganini's, arranged by himself, and also his campanella.

  • campanella strenuously urged that men should reform all sciences by following Nature and the books of God.

  • Did you see anything of a frigate this evening, near the Point of campanella?

    The Wing-and-Wing J. Fenimore Cooper
  • This will bring you fairly abreast of the gulf and about midway between the two capes, a little west of south from campanella.

    The Wing-and-Wing J. Fenimore Cooper
  • Plato and Rabelais, campanella and More, have been among those who announced the principles of social hygiene here set forth.

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