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Several elements of Youth and Hick Scorner indicate that they may well have been early entries in such a tradition of chapel children plays.
The same is true of the morality plays in print concurrently with Everyman: The World and the Child and Medwall's Nature both resolutely survey all seven deadly sins; less systematic than these, but each serving up a cornucopia of immorality, are Hick Scorner, Youth, and Skelton's Magnyfycence.
But Timon finds no stability as a scorner of humanity because he has based his whole being on amicitia.
We had corner after corner and Gabor has come up for a scorner and nearly scored from the first one and then stayed up for the second one.
The towering Palace Dome will feature scorners of festive activities to surround the Christmas trees, including a special seat for Santa Claus, and a Gingerbread house selling Christmas goodies and cookies.
Love permits his echo be dispersed among the trees, and merely echo, and mere-- what concentrates is silt beneath the creek, the residue of love after time has closed its doors and hung the sign-- for we are scorners all and yet may know that love which tidepools us, like sea anemone in coastal caves.
Reds, & scorners of grades of society," they heard directly of
The Prime Minister of Israel had admitted to the whole world that the Israelis have been there for 62 years: "The best response to scorners was given in this auditorium 62 years ago," he said.
Who Are You" portrays a stalwart Vincent unhappily surrounded by mockers and scorners (as I, too, have experienced on many occasions).
Fools of this type may be called scorning fools, Scorners of the Past; or destroying fools, Destroyers of the Present; or dynamic fools, Revelers in the excitements of Change.
Today's students, brought up on the triumphalist story of modern--that is, correct and sanctioned--science may gain a richer understanding of what "science" has actually been by considering the heroic (if, as now apparent, misdirected) efforts of polyhistors like Athanasius Kircher and Johannes Alsted, who were hardly less prominent in the early modern Republic of Letters than those scorners of history and erudition, Galileo and Descartes.
A conclusion intended to close the lid on O'Hara's casket and send all those smirkers and scorners home chastened.