[ US /ˌkæsəˈnoʊvɑ/ ]
  1. any man noted for his amorous adventures
  2. an Italian adventurer who wrote vivid accounts of his sexual encounters (1725-1798)
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  • LUXURIA collects the first volume of CASANOVA as its titular star transforms from devil-may-care thrill-seeker into the most dangerous man in the world. Image Sneak Peek of the Week | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • Aslam H, Tear G, Casanova J (2005) mummy/cystic encodes an enzyme required for chitin and glycan synthesis, involved in trachea, embryonic cuticle and CNS development-analysis of its role in Drosophila tracheal morphogenesis. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • We pass under the Bridge of Sighs, which leads into the old prisons where Casanova was once held captive.
  • On a related subject, Steno's Le avventure di Giacomo Casanova "The Adventures of Giacomo Casanova," 1955 -- the first film photographed in color by Mario Bava -- was recently released on DVD in Italy by Ripley's Home Video, a label dedicated to resurrecting the Italian popular cinema of decades past. Bava's Casanova
  • But the monk, happy to find himself at last off that accursed roof, and out of all danger of breaking his neck, called foolishly to Casanova to throw him the rope so that he might take care of it. The Historical Nights' Entertainment First Series
  • The real Casanova is a wonderful idea for another film," said Hallstrom, "but we pretty much threw that one out the window to make this one. Veniceblog:
  • In the past decade, the Casanova and Abel laboratory in Paris revealed that single genetic lesions in children confer severe and selective vulnerability to certain illnesses, whereas corresponding infections in adults result more from polygenetic inheritance. GEN News Highlights
  • The dueling scene where we go from hating the rotter to feeling pity for him to hating him again when he finds a way to screw Casanova over was masterly.
  • Casanova, the 18th-century Italian seducer, was known for his lifelong battle with syphilis.
  • By accepting the challenge, Casanova risks his life, his reputation and his chance to find true love.
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