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Another sign of a more widespread interest in Homer is a vernacular commentary dating from 1577, the Apologeme pour le grand Homere, contre la reprehension du divin Platon.
2) Medieval literary theorists uniformly spoke of the moral function of the poetics of denigration; it served the ethical function of enforcing socially acceptable behaviors through the reprehension of vice (Allen, The Ethical Poetic 18-20).
But Garrick was furious with her and she received therefore, "such a look of reprehension as I could never recollect without terror".
In English, "task" also connotes the imposition of a burden, a pedagogical or physical compulsion, a process or site of censure, reproach or reprehension.
His reprehension and disgust toward their clothing, etiquette, food, and libations, by no accident, strike the reader as uncompromisingly "British" and stiff-collared.
It is widely accepted that the woes of China's healthcare have been a result of various system failures, and the health bureaucracy has unfortunately been the natural and immediate institution subject to enormous reprehensions.
It is as if these men think that because they are footballers they are somehow better than us, undeserving of any legal reprehensions for their behaviour with some self-appointed god-like status.
150-51), (31) Iago plays the role of the clever false friend as Plutarch describes it, for Plutarch says that such men "have learned forsooth to knit and bend the brows, they can skill, iwis, to flatter, and yet look with a frowning face and crabbed countenance, they have the cast to temper with their glavering glozes some rough reprehensions and chiding checks" (63).
The reprehensions of non compliance with the social demand perceived by the firm influences the social supply.
As befits a volume of essays derived from an academic conference, we meet, in this stimulating collection on John Bunyan, a variety of Bunyans and of Bunyan-esque concerns, anxieties, desires, strategies, reprehensions, troubles, neuroses, and transformations.
How might such troublesome purifications answer antinomian reprehensions of puritan piety?