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There Lucy undergoes her test of invidia. Recall that the action from the book of magic to the island of dreams occurs between the discovery of the third lord, Restimar, and the fourth, Rhoop.
L'ironia tragica della scena viene avvalorata dalla risposta di Tindaro, il quale suggerisce all'interlocutore di "parlar poco", di guardarsi dall'"invidia cortigiana" (vv.
''And in doing the research I discovered that Invidia was described as this green-eyed temptress, an evil demoness that would come and accost you in your sleep, almost like a vapour that would attack you and take over your mind.
Yardley has 'May I not tempt providence, but the line of this same house will prolong the conditions of this age, for ever, I pray (Absit modo invidia, excipiet 9.6).
Un'affermazione del tutto incongruente con la posizione filosofica antidivinatoria e di ascendenza carneadea assunta nel secondo libro, ma di cui l'autore ha piena coscienza: sed soli sumus; licet verum exquirere sine invidia [...].
[...] Difficile est quod cor plenum invidia non eructet quandoque aliquid ex illo, quia ex abundantia cordis os loquitur.
Navarre, FL, August 23, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Author William Mewborn has just released Invidia, a unique and exciting new book published by Outskirts Press.
"D'Invidia E D'Amore Figlia SI Ria': Jealousy and the Italian Renaissance Lyric," Modern Language Review 97, no.
No menos gracias cuantas maravillas de vos la invidia admira, si vestida de tantas luces Argos la noche el mundo mira, con el alma os envio, por el favor de vuestro dueno y mio.
This like a lesbian-feminist sorority complex stands for: Superbia, Avaritia, Luxuria, Ira, Gula, Invidia, Acedia.
If a person had been looked upon with invidia (envy) by a strega or ajettatore--my informants used both of those words--he or she would sicken.