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6 to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the Americas, in the 84th annual procession and Mass.
Eloise Irving looks ravishing as an Italian princess, Zipoli's patroness and possibly unrequited love-object, and her vibrant lyric soprano suited Zipoli's Kyrie delivered as a white-robed and disturbingly erotic Virgin Mary.
The markings on his coffee cup bear a striking resemblance to the image of the Virgen del Carmen - the patroness of the Carmelite order of priests and a common invocation of the Virgin Mary.
Writing in a different climate in which a diasporic, bifurcated, and multicultural poetics was widely accepted by this time, Cofer's revision of Lady Liberty into a patroness at a Latin deli suggests that the language of "The New Colossus" and the figure welcoming immigrants to America were ripe for revision.
She is a member of NATS, MTNA, Pi Kappa Larnbda, and a patroness member of Sigma Alpha Iota.
Which 19th century composer had a patroness called Madame von Meck, whom he never met?
CIVIC RECEPTION: Monica, front, with Margaret Dorman-Frost, Patroness of the Irish Elders Centre and Monica's friends and colleagues including council leader John Mutton, right
That's how begins the movie, which tells the rise of human civilization, trade and diplomacy ofAa Akkadians andAa Sumerians, the true image of the goddess Ishtar - patroness of war and sex, but not motherhood.
She had entered the Carmelite Convent in April 1888 and was declared a Saint in 1925 before being proclaimed Patroness of the missions in 1928 and Doctor of the Church on the centenary of her death in 1997.
In the "Avertissement au lecteur" of his poem La Judit, the Huguenot poet Guillaume Salluste Du Bartas states that he chose to write about the biblical figure Judith because he was asked to do so by Jeanne d'Albret, "ayant este commande, il y a environ quatorze ans, par feu tres illustre et tres vertueus Princesse Jane, royne de Navarre, de rediger l'histoire de Judit en forme d'un poeme epique ..." (1) At the same time that he wrote an epic poem for his patroness, Du Bartas wrote for her subjects in the sovereign territories she controlled in southwest France.
Patroness of the arts, wrongly accused of poisoning her adversaries.
She was Deaconess and Elder of the First Presbyterian Church, Patroness of Sigma Alpha Iota National Music Fraternity, and a member of Matinee Musical, D.A.R., Monday Study Club and Delaware Country Club.