Examples from the Web for aida
The Daily Beast recently spent time in the Aida refugee camp, and refugees there said something similar.Intifada 3.0: Growing Unrest and a Plot to Kill an Israeli Minister|Creede Newton|November 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This article was adapted from one originally written by Aida Qajar for IranWire.
That the meeting with Kerry took place in the “Aida” hall of the Marriott Hotel seemed somehow appropriate.
Facialist Aida Bacaj, who tends to the pores of Kyra Sedgwick and Carla Gugino, has mixed emotions.
Mrs. Stuart had visited Egypt before, but to Grace it was like a glimpse of grand-opera land, a scene from "Aida."By Right of Conquest|Arthur Hornblow
The ballet in Aida lasts only five minutes, and for those five minutes they had come.L'Abbe Constantin, Complete|Ludovic Halevy
Rhadames has told her to meet him, and Aida wonders what greeting he will have for her.Stars of the Opera|Mabel Wagnalls
Special attention must be directed to Verdi's use of local colour in 'Aida.'The Opera|R.A. Streatfeild
Another famous opera by Verdi, the scene of which is laid in a foreign country, is Aida.Child's Own Book of Great Musicians: Verdi|Thomas Tapper
Culture definitions for aida
An opera by Giuseppe Verdi. The title character is an Ethiopian princess who loves an Egyptian warrior, Radames. He accidentally reveals Egyptian military secrets to her and is condemned to death by live burial in a tomb. Aida flees but rejoins Radames to die with him.