Isabella

Isabella is London Cockney rhyming slang for umbrella.
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Isabella

Isabella is London Cockney rhyming slang for umbrella.
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Isabella

A French-American hybrid grape grown in New York state, and colder regions of eastern Europe. Being replaced by grapes of less foxy character.
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Isabella

Is`a·bel'la noun , Is`a*bel'la col'or [ Said to be named from the Spanish princess Isabella , daughter of king Philip II., in allusion to the color assumed by her shift, which she wore without change from 1601 to 1604, in consequence of a vow made by her.] A brownish yellow color.
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Isabella

• Alt. of Isabella color
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Isabella

(from the article `Columbus, Christopher`) ...the stockade destroyed and the men dead. Here was a clear sign that Taino resistance had gathered strength. More fortified places were rapidly ... Puerto Plata is accessible by secondary highways from coastal and inland urban centres. The ruins of La Isabela—one of the first European to...
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Isabella

(from the article `Measure for Measure`) ...as a friar in order to watch what unfolds. Following the letter of the law, Angelo passes the death sentence on Claudio, a nobleman convicted for ...
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Isabella

(from the article `Keats, John`) Keats had written Isabella, an adaptation of the story of the Pot of Basil in Giovanni Boccaccio`s Decameron, in 1817–18, soon after the completion ... a figure of speech in which a future act or development is represented as if already accomplished or existing. The following lines from John Keats`s...
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Isabella

Isabella is a Italian girl name. The meaning of the name is `Consecrated to God ` Where is it used? The name Isabella is mainly used In English, Italian, Spanish and In Dutch.How do they say it elsewhere? Isabel ( In Spanish, Portuguese, French and In English) Iseabail ( In Scottish) Isobel ( In Scottish) Izabella ( In Polish and In Hunga
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Isabella

[ship] The Isabella was a ship that disappeared off the coast of Australia in 1824. The Isabella was anchored off the bar at Port Macquarie, New South Wales when the pilot boarded the ship and ordered his crew to return at 2 pm to pick him up after crossing the bar. At 2 pm his crew returned but instead of taking the pilot on board, boarded...
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Isabella

Isabella is the sister of Claudio.
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Isabella

[CTA station] Isabella was a station on the Chicago Transit Authority`s Evanston Line, now known as the Purple Line. The station was located at 1215 Isabella Street in Wilmette, Illinois. Isabella opened on April 1, 1912, and closed on July 16, 1973, due to CTA service cuts. Isabella was situated north of Central and south of Linden. ...
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Isabella

[crater] Crater Isabella is the second largest impact crater on Venus. The feature is named in honor of the 15th Century queen of Spain, Isabella I of Castile. Located at 30 degrees south latitude, 204 degrees east longitude, the crater has two extensive flow-like structures extending to the south and to the southeast. The end of the southe...
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Isabella

[Millais painting] Isabella (1849), also known as Lorenzo and Isabella, is a painting by John Everett Millais, which was his first work in the Pre-Raphaelite style, created shortly after the formation of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in the previous year. It was first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1849, and is now in the collection of ...
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Isabella

[grape] The Isabella grape is a cultivar derived from the grape species Vitis labrusca or `fox grape` which is used for table, juice and wine production. ==Appearance and use== The skin of Isabella when ripened is a dark purple, almost black with a tender green-yellow flesh. It has large well formed fruit clusters with thick bloom. It is a ...
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Isabella

Isabella, 1296–1358, queen consort of Edward II of England, daughter of Philip IV of France. She married Edward in 1308. Neglected and mistreated by her husband, Isabella nourished hatred for the royal favorites, the Despensers (see Despenser, Hugh le), who were responsible (1324) for the conf...
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Isabella

(I) Queen of Castile from 1474, after the death of her brother Henry IV. By her marriage with Ferdinand of Aragon in 1469, the crowns of two of the Christian states in the Spanish peninsula cemented their dynastic link. Her youngest daughter was Catherine of Aragon, first wife of Henry VIII of...
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Isabella

Usually used to describe Doberman Pinschers, this color is similar to fawn or light bay, but has more saturation and brilliance (similar to a bay-colored horse). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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Isabella

[The Sopranos] ==Starring== * = credit only ===Guest starring=== ==Episode recap== At Mariolina Capuano`s funeral, Jimmy Altieri mentions to Junior Soprano how sad Brendan Filone`s mother was at his funeral. Once Jimmy leaves, Junior complains to Mikey Palmice about Jimmy`s talking about the Filone hit. He also confesses that Mariolina gave...
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Isabella

[commedia dell`arte] Isabella is a stock character used in commedia dell`arte, in the class of innamorata (female lover). She is generally portrayed as headstrong, sensuous, and articulate. She is typically depicted as Pantalone`s daughter and he often tries to control her life by arranging meetings with inappropriate overaged gentlemen sui...
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Isabella

The red grape is according to most sources, a hybrid from a cross between a wild vine of the American species Vitis labrusca and Vitis vinifera an unknown European. After ampelographers Rudolf Goethe, Rudolf (1843-1911), there is a Vitis labrusca. For the first time they appeared around 1816 in Dorchester in the U.S. state South Carolina on. The nu...
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Isabella

Usually used to describe Doberman Pinschers, this color is similar to fawn or light bay, but has more saturation and brilliance (similar to a bay-colored horse). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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Isabella

[slave ship] Isabella was a British slave ship which brought the first 150 African slaves to the American port of Philadelphia in 1684. The majority of these slaves were bought directly by Quakers. This would result in approximately 2,500 people of African descent living in the city by the year 1720. ...
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Isabella

[name] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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