- An·drés [ahn-dres] /ɑnˈdrɛs/, 1781–1865, Venezuelan poet, philologist, and educator.
- a city in central Colombia.
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The story begins as Hurt is released from prison, hoping to reconcile with his ex-wife, played by Bello.A Movie Breaks the Abortion Taboo
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Ricuzzu bello,” said Brancaccia, “listen to the pretty music.Castellinaria
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This constitutes the penetralia, and is sacred to the bello sexo and the babies.
They, however, took an inventory of all my articles, and carried it to Bello.
Looking at it, we are reminded of the terms by which Vasari described the great painter, guidicioso, bello e stupendo.The Best Portraits in Engraving
The bello ideale, ill defined and ill understood, smiled upon me with all its flattering and illusory charms.