Don

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Don Camillo
... Don Camillo is the main character created by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi (1908-1968), and is based on the historical Roman Catholic ... Don Camillo is one of two protagonists, the other being the communist mayor of the town, known to everyone as Peppone ... Most of the Don Camillo stories came out in the weekly magazine Candido, founded by Guareschi with Giovanni Mosca ...
Korčula - Don Marko Bono of Žrnovo
... When they set fire to the house of the parish priest, Don Marko Bono, a native of Žrnovo, Don Marko decided to fight back ... Don Marko Bono returned to the village of Smokvica on the island of Korčula where he remained as pastor until his death in 1745 ... The other 23 Smokvica residents taken prisoner in 1715 remained in slavery, including the sister of Don Jakov Salecic (1678–1747), a noted theologian, poet and historian who was a ...
Wes Montgomery - Discography - A&M (1967–1968)
... in the Life (arranged and conducted by Don Sebesky) (A M Records/CTI Records) 1968 Down Here on the Ground (arranged and conducted by Don Sebesky) (A M/CTI) 1968 ...
Don O'Kelly
... Don O'Kelly, (March 17, 1924 - October 2, 1966) was an American actor prominent in the 1950s and 1960s ... Though credited as "Don Kelly" in earlier performances, his billing was changed to "Don O'Kelly" in 1960 ...
Don - Other Uses
... Tropical Storm Don (2011) Director of nursing (long term care facility) Director of nursing (other uses) Dôn, a mother goddess in Welsh mythology Russian Don, a horse breed Orlets-1 ...

Famous quotes containing the word don:

    Even the strongest man needs friends.
    Mario Puzo, U.S. author, screenwriter, and Francis Ford Coppola, U.S. director, screenwriter. Don Lucase, The Godfather III, advice given to Vincent (Andy Garcia)

    If music in general is an imitation of history, opera in particular is an imitation of human willfulness; it is rooted in the fact that we not only have feelings but insist upon having them at whatever cost to ourselves.... The quality common to all the great operatic roles, e.g., Don Giovanni, Norma, Lucia, Tristan, Isolde, Brünnhilde, is that each of them is a passionate and willful state of being. In real life they would all be bores, even Don Giovanni.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)