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Yar' Adua is described as a strong-minded yet soft-spoken leader.
Pavarotti had three daughters - Lorenza, 44, Cristina, 43 and Guiliana, 40 - by his first wife Adua Veroni.
FROM PAGE 7: Key dates in Luciano Pavarotti's life:October 12, 1935: Pavarotti born in Modena, Italy; 1961: Wins a local competition and with it a debut as Rodolfo in Puccini's La Boheme, in Reggio Emilia, a city not far from his native town; Marries Adua Veroni, with whom he will have three daughters; 1963: Appears at Covent Garden in London, where he stands in for tenor Giuseppe Di Stefano as Rodolfo; 1965: Appears at La Scala theatre in Milan; 1968: Appears at New York's Metropolitan Opera House and in San Francisco; 1981: Takes part in film Yes Giorgio; 1982: Takes part in film Rigoletto;
Pavarotti, who had been married to first wife Adua for 36 years and had three grownup daughters, was photographed kissing his personal assistant Nicoletta Mantovani - 26 to his 60 - in Barbados.
Johnson of Austin, Texas; a daughter, Melissa Johnson of Shrewsbury; her parents, Richard and Beverly (Capalbo) Adua of Worcester; a brother, Richard Adua and his wife Deb of Madison, CT and their children, Will, Sally, Rachel and Jon; her father-in-law, Richard Johnson, Sr.
President Umaru Yar' Adua was away for three months and in all that time nobody knew whether he was alive or dead because the official delegations that went to find out were blocked by his wife, Turai.
Little progress has been made in implementing the amnesty program, the most comprehensive peace effort in the Niger Delta for years, since President Umaru Yar Adua fell seriously ill last November.
In 2000, Pavarotti's first wife and mother of three of his daughters, Adua Veroni, was awarded half of his pounds 80million fortune after the singer left her for his secretary, Nicoletta Mantovani, 36.
The singer also has three daughters from his marriage to first wife Adua, who he wed in 1961, and one granddaughter.
For example, Chief Moshood Abiola, the winner of the June 12, 1993 election, and General Yar' Adua, a presidential aspirant, were both imprisoned for criticizing and defying the Abacha administration.
Also well represented is Yes It's True, with 17 catalogued, conceived when he stood at Satish Sanan's P adua Stable, Florida, for $10,000.
In commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of the Italian defeat at Adua, the author of Teneo te, Africa, a work praising the seizure of Abyssinia, writes to his Duce: