Definitions for "Isabella"
Isabella was one of the stock characters in 17th and 18th century Italian commedia dell'arte, the inamorata, often the daughter or wife of the buffoonish Pantalone. She may have taken her name originally from Isabella Andreini (1562 - 1604), one of the first and greatest actresses of the genre. Although the name was in common use (Rossini's first wife and the creator of ten of his contralto roles was Isabella Colbran), no one at the time could have missed the obvious connection with commedia dell'arte, a basic part of the lineage of opera buffa.
Isabella is a stock character used in Commedia dell'arte. She is generally portrayed as headstrong, flirtatious, sensuous, and articulate. She is typically depicted as Pantalone's daughter and he often tries to control her life by arranging meetings with inappropriate overaged gentlemen suitors.
Keywords:  pang, cheung, leong, wong, anthony
Isabella (伊莎貝拉) is a 2006 film from Hong Kong. It was written and directed by Pang Ho-Cheung and stars Chapman To, Isabella Leong and Anthony Wong. It played in competition at the 56th annual Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear for best film music (it was nominated for the Golden Bear as well).
"Isabella" is the 12th episode of the HBO original series, The Sopranos. It was the twelfth episode for the show's first season. The episode was written by Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess and was directed by Allen Coulter.
Keywords:  isetta, borgward, elegant, faster
a Borgward, which is only slightly faster than an Isetta and much more elegant
Deep clitoral shaft piercing.
A (very rare) female genital piercing. It enters at the top to the clitoral shaft and exits bellow the clitoris, having traveled along it's length.
Keywords:  lorry, tough, little
a tough little lorry
Keywords:  brownish, yellow, color
A brownish yellow color.
Keywords:  cream
cream. (1822)