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Di Bonaventura is at pains to prove that slavery was, though limited in the North, important in certain areas.
Di Bonaventura is writing in a particular historical mode, “microhistory,” which is perhaps reason to cut her some slack.
For a black man to fight for his wife like that was, di Bonaventura points out, “nothing short of astonishing.”
“You have to remember that these guys are very green in the business,” Bonaventura says.Pimping Out the Jersey Shore|Anna David|July 26, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Matthieu Joseph Bonaventura Orfila must be considered the father of modern toxicology.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth
"There is the book," replied S. Bonaventura, pointing to the crucifix.
Even the mystic tenderness of Bonaventura does not prevent him from echoing the same terrible exultation.Curiosities of Christian History|Croake James
At the same time he was enjoying the friendship of S. Bonaventura, who was lecturing under the Franciscan professor.
Thomas and Bonaventura to take their doctor's degrees, which had been delayed two years by the troubles.