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by Trudy Ring, Robert M. Salkin, Sharon La Boda
Pisa continues to commemorate its historical traditions with several colorful festivals, including the Luminara di San Ranieri (candlelight festivities) and the Historical Regatta of St. Ranieri. Both are held in June. The Regatta of the Ancient ...
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
luminare, luminara, luminaria, (LL. luminare, a lamp, a light, L. luminare, a window, (lumen (lumin-), light: see lumimous.] 1.
by Paget Jackson Toynbee
Clemente ; e così rapportò il detto cappellano al papa, il quale mai poi non fu allegro, e poco vivette appresso : e morto lui, e lasciatolo la notte in una chiesa con grande luminara, s'accese e arse la cassa, e '1 corpo sua dalla cintola in giù.
by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
luminare, luminara, ...
luminare, luminara, luminaria, (LL. luminare, a lamp, a light, L. luminare, a window, (lumen (lumin-), light: see luminous.] 1.
by Globe encyclopaedia
the 17th June, the famous illumination, La Luminara, takes place. P. has broad, level, and well-paved streets, and several fine squares, of which the most central is Piazza dei Cavalieri, the forum of the ancient republic, in which is a colossal ...
by John Merry Ross
side of this street are the chief hote s, and here every three years, on the 17th June, the famous illumination, La Luminara, takes lace. P. has broad, level, and well-paved streets, and several, fine squares, of which the most central ...
a work of universal reference in all departments of knowledge with a new atlas of the world by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
luminare, luminara ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
luminara, lu- □minaria, < LL. luminare, a lamp, a light, L. luminare, awindow, < lumen (lumin-), light: seelumi- nous.] 1. Alight-giver; a body that illuminates or gives out light: applied especially to the sun and moon. Where the great luminary .
by Noah Webster
luminaria, luminara, luminare, Sp. Lat. luminar, luminaris, which was lighted in the churches rtyrs, from tunen, luminis, light, from lucere, to be light, color, and marked with lines. Lümpfer, m. l. One who lumps. 2. A laborer who is employed to ...
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- Pisa, Luminara festival
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- Luminara 2008: Labyrinth
A candle labyrinth with a sundial at the centre.
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- Luminara, Victoria
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- All roads lead to Luminara
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