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  • 1 Porter, Cole — ▪ American composer and lyricist in full  Cole Albert Porter  born June 9, 1891, Peru, Ind., U.S. died Oct. 15, 1964, Santa Monica, Calif.  American composer and lyricist who brought a worldly élan to the American musical and who embodied in his… …

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  • 2 Porter, Cole — (1891 1964)    Prolific songwriter Cole Porter was educated at Worcester Academy, Yale, and Harvard’s law and music schools. Having already written several musical comedies and hundreds of songs while at Yale, in 1916 he and T. Lawrason Riggs… …

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  • 3 Porter, Cole — ► (1893 1964) Compositor estadounidense. Autor de revistas musicales y partituras para cine …

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  • 4 Porter, Cole (Albert) — born June 9, 1891, Peru, Ind., U.S. died Oct. 15, 1964, Santa Monica, Calif. U.S. composer and lyricist. Porter was born to an affluent family and studied violin and piano as a child and composed an operetta at age 10. As a student at Yale… …

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  • 5 Porter, Cole (Albert) — (9 jun. 1891, Peru, Indiana, EE.UU.–15 oct. 1964, Santa Mónica, Cal.). Compositor y letrista estadounidense. Nacido en el seno de una familia acaudalada, estudió violín y piano desde niño y compuso una opereta a la edad de 10 años. Mientras… …

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  • 6 Porter,Cole Albert — Por·ter (pôrʹtər, pōrʹ ), Cole Albert. 1891? 1964. American composer and lyricist remembered for his witty and sophisticated Broadway scores for musicals such as Anything Goes (1929). * * * …

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  • 7 Cole Porter — Cole Porter, composer and songwriter Born June 9, 1891(1891 06 09) Peru, Indiana, U.S. Died October 15, 1964 …

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  • 8 Cole Porter — Datos generales Nombre real Cole Albert Porter Nacimiento …

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  • 9 Porter — (izg. pórter), Cole (1892 1964) DEFINICIJA američki kompozitor i tekstopisac zabavne glazbe s elementima jazza i mjuzikla (Anything Goes, Kiss Me Kate, Silk Stockings), jedan od najsofisticiranijih pisaca urbanog šlagera američke scene 1930 ih do …

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  • 10 Porter — Porter, Cole (1891 1964) a US musician who wrote many popular songs and ↑musicals (=plays or films that use singing and dancing to tell a story) . His songs are still popular, and are admired for their clever and amusing words. They include Night …

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  • 11 Cole Porter — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Porter. Cole Porter Cole Porter …

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  • 12 Cole Porter — noun United States composer and lyricist of musical comedies (1891 1946) • Syn: ↑Porter, ↑Cole Albert Porter • Instance Hypernyms: ↑composer * * * Cole Porter [Cole Porter …

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  • 13 Porter — La Porter es un tipo de cervezas Ale. Tiene un aroma del malteado y la amargura del lúpulo. Es generalmente fuerte y oscura. Elaborada preferentemente con aguas debiles, en detrimento de las duras. En el siglo XVIII se hizo una bebida en Londres… …

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  • 14 Porter — /pawr teuhr, pohr /, n. 1. Cole, 1893 1964, U.S. composer. 2. David, 1780 1843, U.S. naval officer. 3. his son, David Dixon /dik seuhn/, 1813 91, Union naval officer in the Civil War. 4. Gene (Gene Stratton Porter), 1868 1924, U.S. novelist. 5.… …

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  • 15 porter — 1. porter [ pɔrte ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • XIe; « être enceinte » 980; lat. portare I ♦ V. tr. dir. A ♦ Supporter le poids de. 1 ♦ Soutenir, tenir (ce qui pèse). Mère qui porte son enfant dans ses bras. Porter une valise à la main. Porter… …

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  • 16 Cole — (Apócope de colegio.) ► sustantivo masculino ENSEÑANZA familiar Colegio, centro docente: ■ ir al cole le suponía un esfuerzo cada mañana. * * * cole1 (Cantb.) m. *Chapuzón. cole2 (inf.) m. Apóc. de «colegio», muy frecuente, especialmente entre… …

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  • 17 porter — porter1 /pawr teuhr, pohr /, n. 1. a person hired to carry burdens or baggage, as at a railroad station or a hotel. 2. a person who does cleaning and maintenance work in a building, factory, store, etc. 3. an attendant in a railroad parlor car or …

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  • 18 Cole Albert Porter — noun United States composer and lyricist of musical comedies (1891 1946) • Syn: ↑Porter, ↑Cole Porter • Instance Hypernyms: ↑composer …

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  • 19 cole — /kohl/, n. any of various plants of the genus Brassica, of the mustard family, esp. kale and rape. Also called colewort. [bef. 1000; ME col(e), OE cal, caw(e)l < L caulis stalk, cabbage; c. Gk kaulós stalk. See KOHLRABI] * * * (as used in… …

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  • 20 Cole — /kohl/, n. 1. Thomas, 1801 48, U.S. painter, born in England: a founder of the Hudson River School of landscape painting. 2. Timothy, 1852 1931, U.S. wood engraver, born in England. 3. a male given name. * * * (as used in expressions) Bowen… …

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