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Ambrosio was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire best known for winning the classic St Leger Stakes in 1796. In a racing career which lasted from May 1796 until September 1799 he won fifteen of his twenty-three races. As a three-year-old he was based in Yorkshire, where he won his first three races before justifying his position as odds-on favourite for the St Leger, beating six opponents. In the next two years he competed mainly at Newmarket, where his victories three divisions of the Oatlands Stakes and the Jockey Club Plate. He returned to Yorkshire as a six-year-old to win a division of the Great Subscription Purse at York before being retired to stud. Ambrosio stood as a breeding stallion in Great Britain and Ireland, but had little success as a sire of winners.
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- Ambrosio a.k.a. Capucin Ambrosio is a fictional character from the 2011 film The Monk.
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- Ambrosio is a fictional character from the 2004 film Millions.
- Ambrosio is a fictional character from the 1997 film Location Hunting.
"Ambrosio" is a play written by Romulus Linney.
"Ambrosio" is a composition.
- music by Leopoldo Escalante
Ambrosio is a 1999 theater production of the play by Romulus Linney.
- Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lighting Design, Resident Production nomination for Jay A. Herzog
- Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Set Design, Resident Production nomination for Daniel Conway
- Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lighting Design, Resident Production, received by Jay A. Herzog
- Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Set Design, Resident Production, received by Daniel Conway
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Lessons from Post-Soviet States by Rachel Vanderhill, Michael E. Aleprete Jr.
Thomas Ambrosio is an associate professor of political science at North Dakota State University. Recent publications include Authoritarian Back— lash: Russian Resistance to Democratization in the Former Soviet Union (Ashgate, 2009).
Until It Hurts (2009)
America's Obsession with Youth Sports and How It Harms Our Kids by Mark Hyman
D'Ambrosio is a physical education teacher andlacrosse coach in the Baltimorepublic schools. Sanders's résumé almost glows. A former lacrosse allAmerican at Washingtonand Lee University, the unrelentingly upbeat camp founder earneda ...
by Jean Raimond, Richard Watson
Ambrosio is a lustful and criminal monk who yields to the temptations offered by Matilda, a most beautiful and fatal woman, a kind of belle dame sans merci who turns out to be a female demon. Lewis's contribution to the development of what ...
Sufism and Society (2012)
Arrangements of the Mystical in the Muslim World, 1200–1800 by John Curry, Erik Ohlander
Alberto Fabio Ambrosio is a member of the Dominican Studies Institute in Istanbul (DOSTI) and an Associate Researcher in the équipe of CETOBAC ( Centre d'Études Ottomanes, Balkaniques et Centrasiatiques), École des Hautes Études en ...
by Charles D'Ambrosio
D'Ambrosio is a major league talent.” —the Seattle Post Intelligencer MORE PRAISE FOR CHARLES D'AMBROSIO “Charles D'Ambrosio works a ...
Overcoming the Saving Slump (2009)
How to Increase the Effectiveness of Financial Education and Saving Programs by Annamaria Lusardi
d'Ambrosio is a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance, the Cornell Higher Education Research Institute Advisory Board, the American Association of Community Colleges Corporate Council, and the Financial Women's ...
by Michael David Sollars, Arbolina Llamas Jennings
Don Fermín's driver, Ambrosio, has alsoworked asa secret agentfor Bermúdez. Disillusioned after many failures inhis politicalactivities, Santiago leaves school, marries anursenamed Ana, andstarts working as a reporter forthe detective and ...
by John Buckingham
D' Ambrosio, M. et ...
by Gerard C. Wertkin
D'AMBROSIO BEARDSLEY LIMNER: SEE SARAH PERKINS. BED RUGS: SEE COVERLETS; QUILTS; SHELBURNE MUSEUM.
The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
Ambrosio commanded Italian occupation forces in Yugoslavia following the German invasion of that country in April 1941. Appointed army chief of staffin January 1942, Ambrosio became involved in efforts to oust Marshal Ugo Cavallero, the ...
by Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock
MARUT—see ANGEL MATILDA Matilda, a demon who assumes the form of a beautiful woman, seduces the vain but pious abbot Ambrosio, the title character of the eighteenthcentury novel, The Monk (1796). A popular bestseller in its day, ...
The Encyclopedia of Hell (2015)
by Miriam Van Scott
AMBROSIO, THE MONK seal. Those who bear the mark of damnation will be tortured physically and emotionally before ultimately facing ANNIHILATION. ALL DOgS go TO HEAVEN The animated feature film All Dogs Go to Heaven traces the ...
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Gabriella D'Ambrosio (Gael) - Explanation - original composition
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