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displacement as well as the structural pattern into which the other Varvaras must try to fit--an initial appearance in which they are called on to protect a primary character, followed by a second appearance with analogous expectations.
Differing from other urban legends, they provide a positive outcome for the primary characters and participants:
In a chapter late in the poem (XLV), the lives of the narrator and a primary character.
DR JAMES KILDARE was a fictional character, the primary character in a series of American theatrical films in the late 1930s and early 1940s, an early 1950s radio series, a 1960s television series of the same name and a comic book based on the TV show.
This brings us to the third primary character in the scandal: David Profumo himself.
Telemakos, a youth, is the primary character in this novel.
Case in point: while situating To Kill a Mockingbird within the contextual development of early twentieth-century white supremacy and anti-miscegenation laws, Sundquist insightfully suggests that Lee, in writing the novel, "adopted an evasive posture" concerning the level of pre-Holocaust anti-Semitism in the United States, by marking Atticus Finch--the primary character of her novel--as indifferent to the Ku Klux Klan and its brand of anti-Semitism.
As the wines age in cask, their primary character changes, to take on secondary flavours such as orange peel, butterscotch, dried fruit and nuts.
These purported differences in cercal length were employed as a primary character set (4) for identification of Rhantus calidus and H.
In the Beecher sisters' women's guidebook (58) of 1869 cheerfulness is the primary character trait among others, such as gentleness and sympathy, desired of the ideal housewife.
From their stories, students were asked to pick a primary character and at least one, but possibly more, secondary characters.
When I first read the essay, I wondered how the student mentally then rhetorically bridged the link between the two disciplines and what behavioral traits Shelley's primary character exhibited to trigger such a creative response.