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SUE

To initiate a lawsuit or continue a legal proceeding for the recovery of a right; to prosecute, assert a legal claim, or bring action against a particular party.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

TO SUE. To prosecute or commence legal proceedings for the purpose of recovering a right.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Saura's work has periodically returned to the theme of dance -- this cycle will conclude with his 2010 feature "Flamenco Flamenco," the third of his film treatments of that form -- but those who only know the dance movies may be surprised by his other works.
El presente ensayo pretende analizar los principales argumentos de Saura a este respecto y, ademas, deducir sus preferencias epistemologicas y esteticas para la representacion (pictorica) de un evento tan traumatico para la conciencia nacional como la violencia y represion fascistas de la Guerra Civil.
Me propongo explorar el uso de la metateatralidad en el cine de Carlos Saura en esta multiple manifestacion, como instrumento de autorreflexividad, alegoria, memoria y catarsis.
On the one hand, Carlos Saura knows very well how to move freely and imaginatively from scene to scene and time to time; on the other, he doesn't know any better than to have the two Goyas sit around swapping information about the political situation, as if they were the play-by-play man and color commentator of some lost broadcast from the Romantic era.
Francis Saura's quick hit gave the Nationals the upperhand in the extended first frame before Bryan Bagunas took over in the second set.
Also chosen for the men's team pool are Adbilla Alnakran, Mark Alfafara, Bryan Bagunas, Kim Dayandante, Joven dela Vega, Rex Intal, Ismail Fauzi, Jack Kalingking, Jessie Lopez, Jeffrey Malabanan, Kim Malabunga, Rikko Marmeto, Ricky Marcos, Ish Polvorosa, Francis Saura, Jayvee Sumagaysay, Peter Torres, and Joshua Umandal.
In modern Hinduism he is worshiped as the supreme deity by only a small following, the Saura sect, though he is invoked by all Hindus, and the Gayatri mantra, uttered daily at dawn by orthodox Hindus, is addressed to the sun.
Another hit from that country is Carlos Saura's dazzling cinematic exercise "Sevillanas," which is imbued with his special brand of magic and poetry.