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Florentino's failure to let go of the old lumber of the past and his stubborn insistence on waiting for Juvenal Urbino's death, "asi fuera hasta el fin de los siglos," in order to marry Fermina Daza, engenders a life of false substitution.
2003: 639) defined the first molt cycle as "the period between the attainment of juvenal plumage and the acquisition of the next basic plumage via a complete, or nearly complete, molt that corresponds to a molt in the Simple Basic Strategy".
Juvenal also spilled the gossip on Eppia, the wife of a senator, saying she abandoned her children and ran off to Egypt with a gladiator even though he had "a broken arm, a big bump on the nose and a rheumy eye.
Martial asks a rhetorical Rome if this does not seem to her to be quite enough, and then, in a theme echoed in Juvenal below, mocks the sterility of the marriage.
Mark Batenic, Juvenal Chavez, Bill Orr and Rick Geyer are four hard-working independent grocers who employ thousands of associates at their stores throughout the country and have devoted a combined 125 years of service to the food industry.
promotes Jim Wissmiller to President, replacing John Juvenal who will retire Dec 31, 2010.
The text is in three parts with the first and longest looking at Housman's scholarship, in particular his handling of Propertius, Manilius, Juvenal, Lucan and Ovid.
He puts the subject in the context of Elizabethan and Jacobean politics and censorship as well as the Roman works of Juvenal, upon which many of the playwrights drew.
It also found two underage suspects guilty on the same charges and referred them to the Juvenal Court, while it freed two suspects due to insufficient evidence.
In his tenth Satire, Juvenal ponders the correct use of prayer--not for wealth, power, or revenge, but for a sound mind in a sound body (10.
The two nations cut diplomatic ties in 2006 when a French judge accused Rwandan President Paul Kagame - a former rebel leader - and his aides of sparking the massacre by shooting down the plane of then-president Juvenal Habyarimana.