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Yes. Isabella of Aragon, 1470-1524 was married to Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, Duke of Milan, and bore him three children: Francesco Il Duchetto, Bona Maria Sforza, and Ippo…lita, who died at age 7. Isabella became a widow within the 5th years of her very unhappy marriage. Historian and author, Maike Vogt-Luerssen, disputes that Isabella of Aragon is the true "Mona Lisa" based on the design of the embroideries in the bodice of her garments, that represents the royal symbols of the Sforza-Visconti dynasty of Italy. She asserts that Isabella of Aragon and her court painter, Leonardo DaVinci, had a clandestine marriage in 1497 due to their difference in social status. From that union were born five children: Francesco (Da Melzo), Giovanna of Aragon, Antonio of Aragon, Maria of Aragon, and Isabella the Younger. Though history does not officially record these five children as the children of Isabella ofi Aragon, two of them are entombed next to Isabella's coffin at the San Domenico Maggiorie Basilica. History records all five children to be of noble birth from varying sets of noble parents (sometimes more than one set!) or, as in the case of Francesco Da Melzo (Count Francesco Da Melzo) to obscure origins. Mrs. Vogt-Luerssen also asserts that the artists within the DaVinci circle of painters left proof of their secret union by painting the faces of Leonardo and Isabella frequently together in their paintings. Although Mrs. Vogt-Luerssen's theories have been published internationally since 2003, there is yet to be a world known DaVinci expert or scholar willing to publically aprove or disprove her research. (MORE)

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Milanese is a sauce originating in the Western Lombard Region; Northern Italy, near Milan. A common preparation includes vegetable or chicken stock, onions (or shallots), mush…rooms (or truffles), tomatoes (Italian plum, for traditional recipe), butter, garlic, thyme, and basil (Bay leaves can also be used but must be removed prior to consumption; a cheese cloth works well for this). Meats, traditionally shredded meats but also proscuitto, cubed-cooked ham or salted pork (rendered of fat during preparation) may be used. Finally, most traditional recipes will include grated cheese, Romano is a good choice. Milanese sauce is a staple in traditional Italian cuisine and several variations of this sauce are common in many cultures. (MORE)

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Paner a la milanaise (crumbed Milanese style) Seasoned plain flour, egg wash, mixture of 1/3 Parmesan cheese and 2/3 breadcrumbs. You're welcome :)

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Bank 2 sensor is on passenger side of car . Sensor 2 is located to the rear of the exhaust pipe . The last one

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the distance formula for coordinates is : d=square root of ( 2nd x coordinate minus 1st x coordinate)squared plus(2nd y coordinate minus 1st y coordinate) squared sorry if it'…s a little confusing (MORE)

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2 + 2If you used round numbers as 1.6 rounded up is 2 as well as 2.4 rounded is 2 so if you do 2.4 + 2.4 this equals 4.8 which can be rounded to 5. which in rounded terms is 2…+2=5 but originally it is 2.4+2.4=4.8 (MORE)

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turn your controller on then hit the start button then it will let the 2nd player customize their person. The first player can pick how much exp he want to go to his profile a…nd the 2nd players profile if he has one at all. (MORE)

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7 or 10 if you calculate using the upward force slope then it is 10 otherwise it is 7! :0 Another Possibility:- Using: y2- y1over x2-x1 = -2-2/2-6 = a slope of 1

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4