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  1. St. Cecilia's remains were transferred to Cecilia's titular church in Trastevere and placed under the high altar. In Cardinal Paolo Emilio Sfondrati, nephew of Pope Gregory XIV, rebuilt the church of St. Cecilia.
  2. Cecilia is an unincorporated community in Hardin County, Kentucky, United States. It is located approximately 5 miles ( km) west of Elizabethtown, the county seat. The town was formerly called Cecilian Junction because of its location at the junction of the Illinois Central Railroad's of its Louisville-Paducah main line and its branch to.
  3. Cecilia ▲ as a girls' name is pronounced sess-SEEL-yah. It is of Latin and Old Welsh origin, and the meaning of Cecilia is "blind; sixth". The name came from the Welsh name Seissylt meaning "sixth". It was later used as an English form of Latin name Caecilia, feminine of Caecilius (see Cecil).
  4. Jun 14,  · Cecilia and Louis were long-time residents of Billerica. She was born on August 4, in East Boston, MA and was a daughter of the late Anthony and Antonette (Donatelli) Venezia.
  5. Cecilia Rose is an engaging, high-energy speaker who expertly tailors her content to the needs of the event and audience. It was a pleasure working with Cecilia in preparation for our events to provide the information she needed to target her message for our audience.
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  7. A girl, whose bed was at the inner end of the room, sighed under the heavy heat of the night--and said, in peremptory tones, "Is that Cecilia?" "I can tell you one thing, Cecilia," she said; "you shan't beat ME in generosity. In the disposition of the beds, Miss de Sor was placed between Cecilia on the right hand, and Emily on the left.
  8. Orphaned at an early age and brought up by her grandmother, Meireles began to write poetry at the age of nine. She became a public school teacher at 16 and two years later established her literary reputation with the publication of Espectros (; “Ghosts”), a collection of sonnets in the Symbolist tradition.. The s were a time of revolution in Brazilian literature, but Meireles’s.

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