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But whereas Lady Gregory sought a form of nationalism free of the dispossessive force that threatened her own caste status, Synge dramatizes a "radical utopianism" (127) that leaves the audience, quite literally, with no standpoint; while refusing to align Woman with Nation, he also cannot help but implicate Irish women in an iconography descended from British imperial patriarchy and the privileged discordia coneours of the manly estate.
Corsicato, tornato al cinema dopo sei anni di silenzio con II seme della discordia, non sembra aver alcuna intenzione di tagliare il cordone ombelicale col cinema di Almodovar con cui ha iniziato la carriera da aiuto regista.
Ha, tambem, algum grau de aceitacao de um grupo para valores, crencas e atitudes de outro grupo, gerando relacoes de aproximacao e afastamento, tolerancia e discordia.
With the exception of that for La pastorella nobile (Zini), the Pantheon's 1791 librettos--Armida (De Gamerra), La bella pescatrice (Zini), Idalide (Moretti), La locanda (Bottarelli), La molinarella (Bottarelli), and Quinto Fabio (Andrei) and La discordia conjugale from 1792 (Lorenzi)--signalled a distinct change in the quality of information provided.
Mas alla del tipico enfrentamiento conservador-liberal, la cuestion se convirtio en un punto de discordia sobre la posicion relacionada con el imperativo de sancionar la reforma migratoria, a la cual Rubio se opone.
The founding of the Portuguese town of Nova Colonia do Santisimo Sacramento in 1680 by Manuel de Lobo began 131 years of conflict between the Portuguese and the Spanish and earned it the title, Manzana de la discordia (Apple of Discord).
By its conclusion, then, Blake's narrative of spiraling fragmentation discloses the underlying formal unity of a discordia concord.
O primeiro ponto de discordia esta no fato de que, segundo as referidas fontes, em tres das linguas citadas -- Matses, Shipibo e Kapanawa--os alomorfes monossilabicos se unem nao apenas a bases verbais, mas tambem a nominais (nomes e adjetivos).
93-96): "Civibus aequalem si cultu gesseris omni, / si dictis factisque modum servaris, honesta / utilibus praeferre die noctuque laborans, / numquam civilis patriam discordia turbet.
In many studies, however, data points obtained from several analyses of a suite of zircons from a rock body define a straight line, called discordia that intersects concordia at two points (Figure 7).
The healing power of balance between opposites can be traced to ancient times and the discordia concors, often called concordia discourse, the little war of opposed qualities which can result in harmony.
Before long, in the setting of the supposed arcadia, the story's pent-up oppositions explode into outright discordia.