Thus Mozart expressed his gratitude to the people of Prague for their enthusiastic reception of "figaro."
In due course Seymour resumed his place on "figaro," and retained it to the end.
Farandal suddenly stopped his whispering to Annette to say: "The figaro has a very disagreeable article about him this morning."
They will come to see half a 'figaro' when they will not come to see a dozen 'Heartless Fathers.'
Still another of which he sang the English words often was the well-known air from figaro.
I found a hairdresser, the local figaro, a raging Boulangist.
Somebody came into possession of a newspaper, the "figaro" from Paris, dated September 6th.
At the time set for the elopement, the Count and figaro arrive.
The figaro calculates the number of insurgents still at large in Paris who have escaped military justice at 50,000 men.
The Marriage of figaro was played in public for the first time on April 27th, 1784.