Bianco was only too aware of the criticism that the scene and its ilk engendered, and expected it.
In person, Bianco is striking: graceful and porcelain-skinned, a soigné swan.
Yet Bianco thinks that the objectification of women in situations like these is not really relevant anymore.
With the "Bianco mangiare," our familiarity with "blanc-mange," seems at first sight to make us more at home.
Bianco is young and giddy, but full of talent when he chooses to apply it.
I gave poor Bianco and Lily some nice lettuce leaves just here under the tree.
Miss Bianco is remarkable now; and she will be what she will be.
Bianco was very tame, but Lily was a little shy, and kept in the background, and did not allow her nose to be rubbed.
As to the Bianco of 1448, we may here add a word to what has been already said.
Bianco ran all the risk; the other had nothing to do but sit at home and receive his share of the profits.