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Amici a.k.a. Amici Forever is a band of four classically trained singers who mix opera with pop music. The band's first album, The Opera Band, reached number one on the Australian classical charts, number two on the United States classical charts and the top 5 in the United Kingdom classical charts.
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"Amici" is a musical album of Gianni Vezzosi.
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Amici is a lunar impact crater that is located on the rugged far side of the Moon. It lies to the south of the larger crater Icarus, to the north of McKellar.
- also known as آمیسی
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by Yun Lee Too
Amici is a word wrought with ethical signiWcance for Cicero. In De Amicitia Laelius declares that amicitia or friendship is an 'agreement of all divine and human things with benevolence and love' (omnium divinarum humanarumque rerum cum ...
Lessons from Edison's Mother by Scott Teel
Maryann Amici is a parent mentor at the Chester ...
by David Mellinkoff
amici curiae: someone not a party to the litigation, but usually favoring one of the parties, and ...
Giovanni Amici is credited as the first person to observe and report the germination of pollen grains and subsequent growth of pollen tubes back in 1824 . Amici also recognized the presence of “germination vesicles” within ovules prior to the ...
Dictionary of Physics (2016)
by Palgrave Macmillan Ltd
amino acid Amici prism: An apparatus consisting of two crown-glass prisms and one flint-glass prism. _Blue Green (587.6 mm) - Red amorphous semiconductor Amino acid: The 20 proteinogenic amino acids with. Americium 4: Atomic and ...
by John Hannavy
AMICI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA (1786–1863) Italian astronomer, botanist, microscopist, and inventor. Giovanni Battista Amici invented the Amici Prism, which combined three prisms for use in refracting spectroscopes. This system is still used ...
by Arthur MacNeill Horton
Semantic fluency is often severely impaired, and depressed scores are found on phonemic fluency (Amici et al., 2006). Sentence repetition may be intact, as well as executing multi-step commands. Calculations may be normal, as well as ...
by Mohsen Manutchehr-Danai
American pearl — Amici glass-prism American pearl; (1) pearl fished from American shores. (2) A term, which refers to freshwater pearl of North America. American ruby; (1) a misleading term for red garnet (pyrope). (2) a misleading term for ...
by Virginia Trimble, Thomas R. Williams, Katherine Bracher, Richard Jarrell, Jordan D. Marché, F. Jamil Ragep
Amici, Giovanni Battista. A. studies of the source of stellar (nuclear) energy and the study of the relative motions of ...
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The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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