alienee


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alienee

a person to whom a transfer of property is made.

ALIENEE. One to whom an alienation is made.

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enterprise of the alienee, and those to whom he sold, this wilderness
Il voit dans le passage du discours dialogue au discours monologue le symptome d'une societe individualiste, voire alienee. Il en emerge un portrait de solitude et d'instabilite vehicule par le monologue sous forme de temoignage.
Par consequent, toute solution a la violence contre les femmes doit considerer notre propension humaine comme devant etre alienee devant lels autres, blesser les autres et daus ce processus, nous blesser nousmemes.
The nascent aspirations to women's rights which provide the backdrop to La Dame aux camelias (1848) are considered further in two chapters on women's reading and writing, which focus, not as might have been expected on Madame Bovary (Emma after all has to rely on her male author for a recuperation of her dreams), but on the vigorous self-defence of the memoirs of the indicted murderess, Madame Deffarge, guilty, it might seem, as much of a reading of Soulie's Memoires du diable or George Sand's Lelia as of the killing of her husband, and the Memoires d'une alienee of Herminie Rouy, who by dint of fourteen years of self-justifying writing finally obtained her release from La Salpetriere.
Les objets de son desir sont constamment echanges, mais ils ne sont pas "interchangeables" dans le sens que donne Girard a ce terme, car le modele triangulaire implique que le sujet du desir soit une victime, alienee de la realite, condamnee a la deception.
MADDEST ARIETTA REACHES ROCKERS ALIENEE MADDEST The same rule applies when the rectangle is a square, which in addition to disallowing squares like the rectangle above also prohibits "single" word squares, in which every row word is the same as the corresponding column word.