primavera

(species Cybistax donnel-smithii), timber tree of Central America with brilliant yellow flowers, or its firm light wood, often called white mahogany. ...
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Primavera

[painting] Primavera, also known as Allegory of Spring, is a tempera panel painting by Italian Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli. Painted ca. 1482, the painting is described in Culture & Values (2009) as `[o]ne of the most popular paintings in Western art`.{sfn|Cunningham & Reich|2009|p=282} It is also, according to Botticelli, Primavera...
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Primavera

[software] Primavera Systems is the brand name under which a range of software packages that collectively form a comprehensive enterprise project portfolio management (EPPM) solution are marketed. Primavera was launched in 1983 by Primavera Systems Inc. and was acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2008. Primavera software includes project mana...
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Primavera

A pasta sauce made with vegetables, such as carrots, celery, and bell peppers.
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Primavera

Tempera painting on panel by Sandro Botticelli (1478; Uffizi Gallery, Florence). It shows Venus in a grove attended by two groups of pagan deities, one symbolizing earthly...
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