Adelina

Saint Adelina (died 1125) was a French Benedictine nun honored as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. She was a noblewoman of Normandy, the sister of Saint Vitalis, and a granddaughter of William the Conqueror. She became the abbess of the Benedictine convent in La Blanche in Normandy, a religious community founded by her brother. Her feast day
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Adelina

Adelina is a German girl name. The meaning of the name is `noble ` Where is it used? The name Adelina is mainly used In Italian, Portuguese and In Spanish.How do they say it elsewhere? Adele ( In French) If it`s too long people might use In English: DellaSee also In English: Adela (F) Adelina doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.Th
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Adelina

[opera] Adelina is an opera farsa (described as a ‘medodramma sentimentale’) in one act, by the Italian composer Pietro Generali with words by Gaetano Rossi. It was first performed at the Teatro San Moisè in Venice on either 15 or 16 September 1810. It premiered just before the first of Rossini`s farse at the same theatre. For the insp
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Adelina

[genus] Adelina collembolae Purrini 1984 Adelina castana Ghosh, Choudhruy, Misra 2000 Adelina cryptocerci Yarwood 1937 Adelina domidiata Schneider 1885 Adelina doronis Hauschka 1943 Adelina melolonthae Tuzet et al 1965 Adelina mesnili Perez 1903 Adelina octospora Hesse 1911 Adelina palori Ghosh, Choudhruy, Misra 2000 Adelina picei Ghosh, Ch
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