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Who is Sophia Loren?
Sophia Loren is an international film star and Italy's most renowned and honored actress. She began her career at age 14 after entering a beauty pageant in 1949. Encouraged to enroll in acting lessons, Loren appeared in several bit parts and minor roles until the late 1950s when Loren's five-picture contract with Paramount launched her international career. Notable film appearances around this time include Houseboat, That Kind of Woman and It Started in Naples.
- also known as Sofia Lazzaro, Stuzzicadente, The Stick, Lella, Toothpick, Sofia Villani Scicolone, Sofia Loren, Sofia Scicolone, Italian Marilyn Monroe
- born on (81 years ago) in Rome, child of Romilda Villani and Riccardo Scicolone
- ethnicity: Italian people
- nationality: Italy, France
- profession: Actor, singer
- member of musical group Peter Sellers & Sophia Loren
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Sophia Loren a.k.a. Sophia is a fictional film character.
"Sophia Loren" is a song taken from Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 4th studio album; however, in December 2008, Sophie confirmed that it will not be the first single from her album, and may not be a single at all. She claimed that this was because her first single from the album won't be released until early summertime, 2009, and that the hype for the song would be over by then.
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Recent Developments and Trends by G. Klir
How should one, for instance, mathematically formulate statements or demands such as "Sophia Loren is a beautiful woman," "Jimmy Carter is an excellent statesman," "Next year's profit should be substantially higher than this year's," etc.
Meaning and Grammar (2000)
An Introduction to Semantics by Gennaro Chierchia, Sally McConnell-Ginet
Sophia Loren is a woman. c. Pavarotti hates Loren. This entailment relation is independent of what speakers believe or do; it is a matter of the relation that holds between [(1a)J, [(16)], and [(lc)J in all models for F2. If, however, English ...
by Colin Larkin
Sophia Loren In Rome television soundtrack (Columbia 1964) , King Rat (Mainstream 1965), The Knack .
by Laurence Raw
Cast: Sophia Loren ( Lucilla), Stephen Boyd (Livius), Alec Guinness (Marcus Aurelius), James Mason ( Timonides), Christopher Plummer (Commodus), Mel Ferrer (Cleander), Anthony ...
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Getting ahead in a difficult profession requires avid faith in yourself. That is why some people with mediocre talent, but with great inner drive, go much further than people with vastly superior talent. (Sophia Loren)
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