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Opera song Una Furtiva Lagrima (A Furtive Tear) comes from 1832 Italian Opera L'elisir d'amore (Elixir of Love) by Ga etano Donizetti.
Although this album was initially elaborated in New York City, it must be noted that seven of the eleven tracks were later sanctified in Rio with the required furtive strings and/or driving percussion.
THERE IS A MOMENT in Talo/The House, 2002, a video installation by the Finnish artist Eija-Liisa Ahtila currently on display at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, where the furtive glimpse of a dog triggers an altogether different kind of vision: "Outside a new order arose, one that is present everywhere.
They launched an intensive investigation and, after months of careful scrutiny, announced the startling news that the report was not a hoax: The furtive ivory-billed woodpecker was still alive.
The mystery deepens when their furtive neighbours are revealed to be part of a wife-swapping circle
When we became co-workers, our relationship was blissful at first; we would exchange furtive glances when passing each other in the hallway, and we would often make plans for a secret rendezvous after work.
AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA STRUCK the Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005, an e-mail from the furtive Columbia Christians for Life discerned the image of a fetus in a satellite photo of the storm and concluded that Katrina was part of God's plan to destroy the rive abortion clinics in New Orleans.
Furtive bands of white criminals and black plunderers also complicated the situation.
The pages of Variety are steeped in stories about product placement and other forms of furtive product plugging.
Clear glass bridges connect the buildings, allowing a rare, furtive glimpse of the inhabitants of the monolithic cubes.
If a male barn swallow's plumage is more attractive than that of other males, his mate is less likely to have furtive flings with other wooers, new research suggests.