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  1. Pasqua is a fictional character from the 1957 film Doctor and the Healer.
  2. Pasqua is a fictional character from the 1968 film Blood Relations.

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Google previewDry Bones Breathe (2015)

Gay Men Creating Post-AIDS Identities and Cultures by John Dececco, Phd

Pasqua is an important part of many men's social and sexual lives. As a person who ...

Google previewAdvanced Bread and Pastry (2008)

by Michel Suas

FORMULA COLUMBA DI PASQUA Traditionally served as an Easter delicacy in Italy, the Columba di Pasqua is a sweet bread made from a dough very similar to that used for Panettone, another famous Italian holiday bread. The Pasquale's ...

Google previewInterstate Commerce Commission Reports (1901)

Reports and Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission of the United States by United States. Interstate Commerce Commission

The distance from Sudbury to Pasqua is a trifle greater by the Soo line than by the main line. Now the actual running time from Boston to Vancouver by the way of the Soo line to-day is 127 hours as against 140 hours by the main line; and the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English and Romance Languages Equivalent Proverbs

by Teodor Flonta

Chi fa il Natale al sole, fa la Pasqua al fuoco.

Google previewDictionary of Contemporary France (2014)

by Richard Aplin, Joseph Montchamp

PASQUA, CHARLES (1927- ) France's coffee chicory, and is high in the ranks for pig production. Its fishing industry provides three-quarters of the national herring, whiting, coley and cod catch. The holiday resorts of the coast such as ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music: Pop, Rock, and Worship (2009)

Pop, Rock, and Worship by Don Cusic

Dann's brother, drummer David Huff, bass player Mike Brignardello, and keyboard player Alan Pasqua were also in the group.

Google previewUniversity Musical Encyclopedia: University dictionary of music and musicians (1912)

by Louis Charles Elson

Caius, Paroli ; Pistola, Arimondi ; Mistress Page, Signora Guerrini ; Mistress Quickly, Signora Pasqua; Ford, Pini-Corsi ; Bardolfo, Pelagalli-Ros- setti; Falstaff, Maurel. The principal musical numbers are : " Falstaff 's ...

Google previewA Dictionary of American Politics (1892)

Comprising Accounts of Political Parties, Measures and Men, and Explanations of the Constitution, Divisions and Practical Workings of the Government, Together with Political Phrases, Familiar Names of Persons and Places, Noteworthy Sayings, Etc., Etc by Everit Brown, Albert Strauss

The name of this State was orginally applied to the whole neighboring region in 1512 by Ponce de Leon, who discovered it on Easter Sunday (in Spanish Pasqua Florida, or the Feast of Flowers). It is sometimes popularly known as the ...

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Scrabble value of P3A1S1Q10U1A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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