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In my opinion, the language of fable serves here the function which Marchesi identified as its typical one, to recall the servile past it seeks to repress, and Horace uses it in order to undermine the overt claims to freedom of his epistolary persona, to hint that we are being addressed by a dissimulating slave.
In reality, it is a dissimulating sound for a wealth of noises and tones, for the compound "static" of otherness that any standard or lingua franca carries within and implies, be-speaks while trying to scour out and speak over.
They no longer do what is useful to others and hence profitable to themselves," writes Professor Kasper, "but are instead guided by avoiding government-made obstacles, bending rules, seeking preferments, bribing officials and dissimulating their wealth".
Screenwriter Don Watson, working from an original idea by Patrick McCarville, mines the rich vein of humour inherent in the David and Goliath-like battle between a man of principle and a dissimulating church, especially when the establishment's only chance of winning its case appears to be to denounce The Almighty.
Screenwriter Don Watson, working from an original idea by Patrick McCarville, mines the rich vein of humour inherent in the David and Goliath-like battle between the a man of principle and a dissimulating church,especially when the establishment's only chance of winning its case appears to be to denounce The Almighty.
Fubini offers a dazzling interpretation of the Vallian dialogue in its different redactions, taking into account the many complicated elements that transformed it into De vero bono, "the more dissimulating and at the same time more ambitious" (144) title the work would retain in the end.
I was completely isolated in this dissimulating experience, sometimes frightened, at other times curious and even contemplative.
While Levellers and other radicals could depict Cromwell as a dissimulating Satan, Milton does not.
For example, a person with a recorded GCS of 14 and ability to follow commands in the emergency room who claimed two days of coma may not be dissimulating if he or she is referring to post-traumatic amnesia (PTA).
This equivocal structure of a seemingly pure substance dissimulating a poisonous "double" repeats itself with numerous variations throughout the text.
Thus it is vital that Maimonides' religious philosophy be cleared of the charges brought against it by Strauss and others, all those who see Maimonides as either anti-philosophical and/or religiously dissimulating.
The former furnishes an essentially verisimilar picture of the origins of the war in Chile prior to the poet's arrival, while largely dissimulating its epic imitations.