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Azibo's (2007, 2013b) nepenthe theory is a provocative, culture-focused explanation of defense mechanism functioning in ADP under Eurasian domination.
This passage also resonates with a later instance of intoxication in Act III, where women on earth have become purveyors of nepenthe, the ancient drink that obliterates grief and pain.
Duffie, 1882); and A Hero's Last Days; or, Nepenthe Columbia, South Carolina: W.
Either condition could engender defense mechanisms to protect the integrity of the self as well and thereby could be correlated with nepenthe defense mechanism disorder discussed above.
The poet said: "The community of Nepenthe where Orson Welles once had a house is the centre of bohemian life here.
The local champion, Le Pacha, was unbeaten in seven races; he won the Prix du Jockey Club (run at Longchamp) and then beat Nepenthe narrowly in the Grand Prix de Paris, Prix Royal-Oak and Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
For a lively fruit salad and a perfect serve with shellfish, Nepenthe winery has released its new vintage Altitude Sauvignon Blanc 2010, Adelaide Hills (pounds 8.
There was a young man of Nepenthe I Who liked to give boys his full lengthe / It slipped perfectly fine / Inside the first nine / But snapped off in the arse of the tenthe.
The cookbook-cum-memoir My Nepenthe by Romney Steele, out this month, is a valentine to one of the most beautiful places to eat in the world--Nepenthe Restaurant in California's Big Sur.
Australian winery Nepenthe has produced its first vintage of trendy Spanish wine Albarino.
Nepenthe Zinfandel 2002 Adelaide Hills, South Australia.
Golden Apples stalked early leaders Nepenthe and Noches De Rosa for the first half of the race but made her charge going into the final turn and pulled away.