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Especially after establishing in "The Kingdom of God" that these womb-cove dwellers will likely mistake the sounds of such modern machinery as the call of the Boo Darby and the darkness through which it roams as the realm of the Masterless Man?
The first illness is "caused by the cat demon and/or a masterless venom, [wherein the victim] sings and sobs with no self-control".
99 JAPANESEAmerican fantasy action film depicting a fictional account of the 47 Ronin, a real-life group of masterless samurai.
His family is exiled and his warriors are ordered into isolation and become ronin, or masterless.
15) For instance, Lebler introduced and evaluated a popular music program in Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, which developed a pedagogic approach based on the creation of a scaffolded self-directed learning community, "a masterless studio.
He becomes a masterless samurai and is forced to live a peasant's life.
Kuranosuke Oishi (Hiroyuki Sanada) and Asano's samurai guards are now masterless 'ronin' and Kira banishes them.
The Matatabimono (the masterless samurai) film is considered the male weepie of the 1920s-30s, while the 'drifter' films became the male weepies of 1960s.
Further, they used the very instability wrought by the city's economic, social, and political changes to argue that pity and mercy shown to defendants would kindle obedience and morality in the rootless and masterless.
These masterless uncrowned soldiers would later rise up during 1857 and crown the Nawab's 14 year old son as King.
In a sense, Stevens becomes an English version of that classic Japanese figure, the ronin, the masterless retainer who is still tied by firm bands to the master: "Nothing could be less accurate than to suggest that I regret my association with such a gentleman.
To do so, though, is to risk an anachronism, for 'vagrancy' (properly understood) refers to the condition of the able-bodied poor who refused to work, a concept that did not emerge until the 14th century, on account of the social and economic reasons explained above: A L Beier, Masterless Men: The Vagrancy Problem in England 1560-1640 (Methuen & Co, 1985) 9.