For a pair such as viola and Perov, who have co-created work for decades, there is also precedent for retroactive co-authorship.
Best Actress nominee viola Davis was one of the few other women who embraced bold color.
She was making a statement about having power to just be viola.
viola: I think the backdrop of history is what raises the stakes in the story.
And actresses viola Davis and Octavia Spencer, also acknowledged today, are all but locks in their Oscar categories.
All was reconciled and settled; viola had her way, and selected her own opera.
And viola as gravely answered that she was pledged to the Cardinal not to reveal.
The intrusion of the abnormal side of viola's life seemed at the moment not merely inopportune but repulsive.
Might not viola and the Mystic be in league with each other?
Probably viola would recover her former gay and lively feelings if I were away.
tenor violin, 1797, from Italian viola, from Old Provençal viola, from Medieval Latin vitula "stringed instrument," perhaps from Vitula, Roman goddess of joy (see fiddle), or from related Latin verb vitulari "to exult, be joyful." Viola da gamba "bass viol" (1724) is from Italian, literally "a viola for the leg" (i.e. to hold between the legs).