Angelo

Angelo is the deputy in Measure for Measure.
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Angelo

(from the article `Measure for Measure`) The play opens with Vincentio, the benevolent duke of Vienna, commissioning his deputy Angelo to govern the city while he travels to Poland. In ...
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Angelo

Angelo is a Greek boy name. The meaning of the name is `heavenly messenger ` Where is it used? The name Angelo is mainly used In Italian.How do they say it elsewhere? Angelos ( In Greek) In combination with other names: In English: Deangelo (M) For the opposite sex use: In English: Angel (B) Angelo appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at ran
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Angelo

[Measure for Measure] Angelo is a character in Shakespeare`s play Measure for Measure. He is the play`s main Antagonist. ==Role in the play== Angelo is the deputy to Vincentio, the Duke of Vienna, who begins the play by departing the city under mysterious circumstances and leaves the strait-laced Angelo in power. Angelo`s first act is to be...
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Angelo

[song] `Angelo` is a song by British pop group Brotherhood of Man. Released as a single in June 1977, it became the group`s second UK number one hit. == Background == Written by Tony Hiller, Lee Sheriden and Martin Lee and produced by Hiller, it was the band`s second UK number one single (after their Eurovision winner, Save Your Kisses for ...
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Angelo

Angelo is an Italian masculine given name meaning `angel`, or `messenger`. Angelo is also an Italian surname that has many variations: Angeli (disambiguation), Angela (disambiguation), De Angelis, D`Angelo, Angelini, Angelino (disambiguation), Angelina (disambiguation), Angelucci, Angeloni, Angeletti (disambiguation). Angelo as a given name m...
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Angelo

[opera] ==Performance history== Angelo was premiered on 1 February 1876 in Saint Petersburg at the Mariinsky Theatre. The conductor was Eduard Nápravník. Apparently it did not survive that particular season, and was removed from the repertory. A new production of Angelo was staged twenty-five years after the original premiere in 1901 at t...
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Angelo

[poem] ====David Boswell Reid==== ...
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