Who is Madonna?

  • (noun): United States pop singer and sex symbol during the 1980s (born in 1958).
    Synonyms: Madonna Louise Ciccone
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Remixed Prayers
... Like a Prayer is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Madonna, released on March 21, 1989 by Sire Records, three years after her previous ... Madonna worked with Stephen Bray, Patrick Leonard, and fellow icon Prince on the album while co-writing and co-producing all the songs ... As Madonna's most introspective release at the time, Like a Prayer has been described as a confessional record ...
Madonna Bibliography - Coffee Table Books
... Release details Notes 1992 Sex Released October 21, 1992 Author Madonna Photographer Steven Meisel Publisher Maverick/Warner Books/Callaway Sold 1,400,000 copies in 6 months Debuted. 1994 The Girlie Show Released August 18, 1994 Author Madonna Photographer Herb Ritts, Christopher Ciccone, Various Publisher Callaway Behind-the-scenes of the 1993 Girlie Show World Tour ...
Bedonia - Main Sights
... The Sanctuary of the Madonna di S ... Marco (Madonna of S ... in 1939, conserves one wooden statue created in 1531 representing the Madonna with Child on throne ...
... It is home to the Shrine of the Madonna of Canoscio (Italian Santuario della Madonna di Canoscio), atop a hill overlooking the upper valley of the ... The church has its origins in a votive chapel dedicated to the Madonna of the Assumption that was built by a certain Giovanni di Jacopo in 1348, for having been spared during the Black Death ... The shrine of Madonna di Canoscio remains a center of Marian devotion today ...
Madonna - Other Uses in Entertainment
... Lady Madonna", a 1968 song by The Beatles Madonna (1999 film), (Bogorodica), a 1999 Croatian film Madonna (EP), by South Korean band Secret "Madonna" (song), a song ...

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    In our minds lives the madonna image—the all-embracing, all- giving tranquil mother of a Raphael painting, one child at her breast, another at her feet; a woman fulfilled, one who asks nothing more than to nurture and nourish. This creature of fantasy, this myth, is the model—the unattainable ideal against which women measure, not only their performance, but their feelings about being mothers.
    Lillian Breslow Rubin (20th century)