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  1. Christina Rossetti was born Christina Georgina Rossetti, on December 5, 1830, in Charlotte Street, London, England, to Gabriele Rossetti and Frances Polidori. She was the youngest of four children in the family with two brothers and a sister.

  2. He was the brother of poet Christina Rossetti, critic William Michael Rossetti, and author Maria Francesca Rossetti. His father was a Roman Catholic, at least prior to his marriage, and his mother was an Anglican; ostensibly Gabriel was baptized as and was a practicing Anglican.

  3. The Blessed Damozel is the only one of Rossetti's paired pictures and poems in which the poem was completed first. Friends and patrons repeatedly urged Rossetti to illustrate his most famous poem, and he finally accepted a commission from William Graham in February 1871.

  4. He was the brother of poet Christina Rossetti, critic William Michael Rossetti, and author Maria Francesca Rossetti. His father was a Roman Catholic, at least prior to his marriage, and his mother was an Anglican; ostensibly Gabriel was baptised as and was a practising Anglican.

  5. Maria Teresa Ruta fu anche attrice cinematografica (anche se solo in piccoli ruoli) in un paio di film del filone della commedia sexy tra la fine degli anni settanta e i primi anni ottanta mentre in televisione recitò in Giorno dopo giorno, primo esperimento italiano di telenovela andato in onda nel 1982 su Rete 4 (all'epoca di proprietà del gruppo Mondadori e non ancora appartenente a ...

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  7. La pubblicazione, ad opera di Maria Chiara Neri, Erica Tediosi, Francesca Noè, Fabio Rossetti, Stefano Magni, Daniela Maggioni, Riccardo Sbarberi, Daniele Fornai e Valentina Persici, affronta la valutazione degli effetti acuti e cronici degli ELT-dg e degli ELT-dp sulla catena alimentare d'acqua dolce composta da Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata, Daphnia Magna e Danio rerio.