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Men did gravitate toward names that connoted physical attractiveness, but women gravitated toward ones that connoted intellect.
CHAMPAGNE HAS ALWAYS CONNOTED luxury, but the French drink firm Pernod-Ricard, after all these centuries, has come up with a new way to up the luxury ante on the world's most famous sparkling wine.
So when the context of church effectively connoted fetters, one could hardly countenance is as an appropriate context for a university.
If, however, Spero's titular "cry" referred to the Thebans' implied lamentation, it also connoted rather more than that.