Valeria

[Takemitsu] Valeria (ヴァレリア) is a 1965 chamber music composition by Tōru Takemitsu, recomposed from an earlier work, `Sonant`. ==Overview== Takemitsu wrote the original version of the piece for the sixth modern music festival in Tokyo, for an ensemble comprising violin, cello, guitar, 2 bandneons, and two flutes. In 1969, he revis...
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Valeria

Valeria is a Hungarian girl name. The meaning of the name is `Strength, Valor` Where is it used? The name Valeria is mainly used In Italian, Spanish and In Ancient Roman.How do they say it elsewhere? Valerie ( In English) For the opposite sex use: In Ancient Roman: Valerius (M) See also In Serbian and In Croatian: Valerija In Russian: Valeriya I...
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Valeria

[ancient Roman women] Valeria was a name used in ancient Rome for women of the gens Valeria. Notable figures include: ...
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Valeria

[moth] Valeria is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family. ...
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Valeria

[telenovela] Valeria is a Miami, Florida-based Spanish language telenovela produced by Venevisión Productions. The telenovela began airing on Univision on March 10, 2009 at the 2pm/1c timeslot. Filming of the telenovela ended in September 2008, and it was first released in June 2008 in Ecuador. It aired in Venezuela on July 14, 2009 on Ven...
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Valeria

Valeria is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Valeria

Valeria is a friend to Virgilla in Coriolanus.
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Valeria

[Conan the Barbarian] Valeria is a pirate and adventuress (a member of The Red Brotherhood of pirates) in the fictional universe of Robert E. Howard`s Conan the Barbarian stories. She appears in Robert E. Howard`s Conan novella Red Nails, serialized in Weird Tales 28 1-3 (July, August/September & October 1936). This was the last Conan story...
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Valeria

[wife of Sulla] Valeria was the fifth wife of Roman dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla. She was the daughter of Marcus Valerius Messalla Niger and a sister of the consul of 53 BC, Marcus Valerius Messalla Rufus. An `alert young divorcee`, as Ronald Syme writes, she attracted the notice of Sulla at the theatre, and he married her towards the en...
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Valeria

[gens] The Gens Valeria was a patrician family at Rome, which later included a number of plebeian branches. The Valeria gens was one of the most ancient and most celebrated at Rome; and no other Roman gens was distinguished for so long a period, although a few others, such as the Cornelia gens, produced a greater number of illustrious men. ...
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Valeria

[given name] Valeria or Valéria is a female given name dating back to the Latin verb valere, meaning `to be healthy` or `to be strong`. The male version is Valerius, Valerio or Valery. Valeria is also connected to the same root with the name, `Valentine,` and `Valerian,` or `Valeriana officinalis,` the herb. It is primarily used in Russian...
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Valeria

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Valería

Valería is a name of 1965 Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso and directed by Julio Alejandro. In this telenovela is shown the First Holy Communion of the main character Valería. On the day of her First Communion, Valería witnessed the murder of her father and rape of her mother. An Argentinian remake of Valería was made in 1986. A P...
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