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Vease igualmente la descripcion que de Eusebius se realiza en XVIII, 4, 4: qui ut coluber copia uirus exuberans, natorum multitudinem etiam tum aegre serpentium, excitans ad nocendum, emittebat cubicularios iam adultos, ut inter minesteria uitae secretioris, gracilitate uocis semper puerilis et blandae, apud principis aures nimium patulas, existimationem uiri fortis inuidia graui pulsarent.
142); su capacidad de destruccion, asociada a la muerte, en Estraton, quien equipara la condicion de la flor y la belleza en <<el tiempo, por envidia, acaba con la dos>> (Musa puerilis, 72 (12, 232) v.
My goal in choosing to do so is to show that homoerotic desire is in intimate relation with power, a finding that can effect a smoother transition to the examination of the dynamics and asymmetries of amor puerilis as a poetic practice in the section 2 below.
Bernabe Soler (Thesaurus puerilis, 1615) writes that podenco is the dog that retrieves the quarry and brings it to the hunter's hand (Nieto and Ezquerra).
puerilis Illies ML (CH*, Chile), Illies, 1963; Nelson, 1973.
Profesor en Oxford y preceptor de la princesa Maria (1516-1558), luego reina Maria Tudor y precisamente segunda esposa de Felipe II y, en funcion de cuya educacion escribio Vives sus De institutione feminae christiani (1524) y De ratione studii puerilis (1523).
puerilis Montgomery 1898a Gordionus densareolatus (Montgomery Parachordodes densareolatus 1898a) nov.
In Pietas puerilis (1522) Erasmus puts a "common saying" into the mouth of Erasmius: 'Angelic boys turn into Satan (54) when they grow old" (Aiunt vulgo pueros angelicos in satanam verti, vbi consenuerint.
puerilis is able to switch sex several times during life, a feature that is rare among metazoans.
There is also repeated reference to impotence in Strato's Musa Puerilis.
301: 'Videlicet erat olim ridicula et puerilis ratio; ut ex quatuor et viginti literis, semel duntaxat positis singulis, barbara quaedam et infaceta verba conficerent, prout diuque libitum fuerit.