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156-9) on his famous description in Vox clamant is of the Peasants' Revolt.
It was not created out of nothing, but out of the need to find ways to meet the clamant call of humanity for a divine utterance.
A l'arrivee de Levine pour sa premiere journee de travail comme patron de l'Hopital d'Ottawa, le 17 juin 1998, "environ 250 manifestants bruyants" l'accueillent par des "injures et attaques personnelles," reclamant sa tete et brandissant des affiches clamant "La democratie est bafouee, dictateurs" ou "Je refuse d'embrasser le derriere d'un separatiste" (La Presse 17 juin, B1).
Behind it one hears "the shrill and clamant voice of English radicalism, thrilling with self-accusatory and joyful lamentation.
nota magis nulli domus est sua quam mihi lucus Martis et Aeoliis vicinum rupibus antrum Vulcani; quid agant venti, quas torqueat umbras Aeacus, unde alius furtivae devehat aurum pelliculae, quantas iaculetur Monychus ornos, Frontonis platani convolsaque marmora clamant semper et adsiduo ruptae lectore columnae.
pars 'Hymenaee' canunt, pars clamant 'Euhion, euhoe'; sic coeunt sacro nupta deusque toro.
For one of the most clamant certainties undercut in Oates's "Cold War" fiction pertains to the essentializing of subjectivity in what Elaine Tyler May tags the culture of "containment" and "cold war consensus" (xxiv, xxv).
which has joint patents on the technology with Clamant.
Il n'y a que le troisieme argument cite par Turler qui est a rapprocher du chapitre "De la vanite" : Tertio clamant [les adversaires] peregrinantes in parentes et amicos, aut in uxores vel liberos, iniurios ese, dura se ultrio quodammode ab his separant.
One would have thought, also, that generations of experience of the curse of Wet Time would have ingrained in all building workers such a loathing of it that the demand for the Scheme would not merely have been unanimous but clamant, vociferous.
When Washington decided to shift the blame to Libya they became no less clamant in their denunciations of Qaddafi and indeed of anyone, like distinguished Scottish law professor Robert Black, who attempted to negotiate an agreement under which the two Libyans could stand trial in a neutral country.
So it is that successive Governments have presided over a system providing much less than was desired, believed to be 'cast in stone' in the euphoria of the late 1940s, with few fundamental changes since those heady days, whatever the evidence, and the clamant need for change.