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Archytas (like his immediate forebear Philolaus) carried his Pythagoreanism lightly: in that at least, Aristotle was right (pp.
It breaks the mold in many ways, not least of all its length, at around twice that of comparable works by immediate forebears, Mozart and Haydn, but also in that it's a real game changer, pointing classical music firmly in the direction of its Romantic period later in that century.
If the first rooms of the show develop the idea of Moroni's distinctive response to his immediate forebears in religious art, the rest of the exhibition explores his portraiture.
Now Felipe has taken the throne, Cristina no longer represents the crown aspart of the official royal family, which under Spanish law includes only theking, his spouse, his immediate forebears, his descendants and the crown prince.
Carle maintains chat these niche markets make good business sense due to the sheer numbers and variety of leading-edge boomers and their immediate forebears.
It would be very interesting to investigate how many of the defenders and deniers, or their immediate forebears, profited (some enormously) from either fire-sale-level purchase or outright illegal theft of the various properties of the Japanese--Americans who were interned.
German identity has been buffeted by new generations of homegrown citizens whose immediate forebears came from other countries or chose to replenish the decimated Jewish community.
The story of Stephen's immediate forebears and his own upbringing up to the completion of his secondary education (pp.
The marine geoscientific career of Mike Coffin marks a return to the seafaring tradition of his Nantucket ancestors, although his more immediate forebears spent a few generations landlocked in Maine, New Brunswick, and France.

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