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In the mean time, there is a feast on the Sidlaw hills tonight, below the hill of Macbeth,--Mount, Diabolus, and fly.
The official Web site was quick to dismiss fans' speculation that the image was that of a new dinosaur called Diabolus Rex.
Focusing particularly on the Danny Elfman scores for the films of Tim Burton, Halfyard demonstrates how modern horror comedies have effectively used the tritone, the hitherto intervallic representation of evil, the long-standing diabolus in musica.
The tritone "has been regarded as a dissonance since the Middle Ages, when it was nicknamed the diabolus in musica, and was the object of prohibitions by theorists" ("Tritone," The New Harvard Dictionary of Music, ed.
A character dressed as Matthew Boulton will greet visitors to his former home, a butler will demonstrate how tea would have been served and there will be live performances of historical music by Diabolus in Musica.
Attractions include Georgian music from Diabolus in Musica, and The Mannered Mob, who will welcome visitors to enjoy promenading, games and pastimes with the gentry.
Alligavit diabolus tartaris et daemones fremebant et increpabant dicentes O princeps noster diabole
Known as Diabolus in Musica, the duo will appear at the Jacobean mansion, from December 4 to 6.
The Vietnam-themed "Mandatory Suicide" premiered on 1988's SOUTH OF HEAVEN; "War Ensemble," "Dead Skin Mask" and "Seasons In The Abyss" on 1990's SEASONS IN THE ABYSS; "Dittohead" on 1994's DIVINE INTERVENTION, and "Stain Of Mind" on 1998's DIABOLUS IN MUSICA.
E]t ipse diabolus qui Deo contrarius est et ipsi impii homines Iudei Sarraceni pagani haeretici qui Deo contrari sunt.
The identification of the Jewish people with 'serpens antiquus qui vocatur Diabolus et Satans'(1) is a cherished theme of medieval polemicists, and a close examination of the Queste del Saint Graal (c.
Monsignor Diabolus (an anagram of "Aldo Busi") is the compiler of a set of behavioral rules for gay people, Manuale del Perfetto Gentilomo (Varese, Sperling & Kupfer, 1992), because "the problem of an aspiring gentle-homo is always a problem of 'label': either he recognizes it by himself or he will continue to have the one that has been glued on him" (4).