(13) James (2015, 111) provides further evidence that we are meant to associate Cleostrata with the uxor
dotata stock type, which is signaled by her language throughout the play: "Cleostrata never employs the soft speech (oratio blanda) that is thought to be typical of women's language in comedy."
With the commercial availability of Uxor
in Canada, Orimed is in a position to finalise its launch activities in an effort to be the first EjectDelay commercial launch outside the US, according to Dr.
3: 'Regis caritatis intuitu dedit et concessit Emme que fuit uxor
Nicholi filius Johannis de Rughford in sustentacionem suam et liberorum suorum quibus multum oneratur.'
When her hopes for a collective survival are dashed by Noah, who does not agree to take "commodrys" and "cosynes" (9.143)5 on board, Uxor
Like Noah's physical work, Uxor
's travail also has a spiritual purpose: it makes her privy to God's plan albeit as a tardy, abrupt, and painful afterthought.
I wonder, did Roman uxor
apply to women without men?
As with the magistrates' rough notebooks, these more formal records might indicate a relationship between the parties by adding 'her husband' 'his wife' or the shortened Latin 'Ux' (for uxor
: wife) to the otherwise formulaic language required of these documents but whether this was done invariably is hard to say.
(20.) Tertullian, Ad Uxor
2.4, and comment in Stark, Rise of Christianity, chap.
He then asserted that Paul had in mind "simply the unmarried women who used to minister to the apostles in the same way as they did when accompanying the Lord." (8) Jerome, assuming virginity to be prerequisite to the saintly life, translated gune in the Latin Vulgate as mulier (woman) rather than uxor