abecedarium


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abecedarium

an alphabet.
See also: Alphabet
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Such explicit claims further buttress the proposed correlation between letters of the mantra and fundamental concepts in Tamil Saivite theology, which are the basis of the abecedarium.
Curiously, the catalogue's abecedarium makes no mention of the artist's account of being called to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee during this cold-war period, which must have been a traumatic event, placing her in danger of deportation.
Abecedarium Culturae: Absence, Writing, Statement, Discourse, Archeology, Structuralism 6.
Vladimir Lebedev's charming abecedarium teaches playful, idealistic citizenship.
Teaching Private Enterprise Through Tunes: An Abecedarium of Music for Economists.
In what's known as an abecedarium, the dyslexic and quirky star wrote: "A is for Parrot, B is for glasses, C is for plastic, D is for Doris.
The Anglesey owner of John Lennon's 1969 abecedarium (below) is selling up
Amid the serial poems, there are wonderful lyrics to be found in the later work, such as the playful abecedarium "Pioneer as Man of Letters" (an antidote to his friend Atwood's grim "Progressive Insanities of a Pioneer") and the masterpiece "Another Throw of Yarrow Stalks" (both from the 1988 book Balthazar).
As promised, Sorrentino's own works find themselves as ingredients too--Lamont's failed novel Fretwork is a play on Sorrentino's own Steelwork (1970), and Hotel Splendide, "the only hostelry of excellence within the Arctic order" (49), is an inversion of Splendide-Hotel, Sorrentino's 1973 poetic abecedarium.
An abecedarium and what a tanning salon supposedly sells?
A key to the mind and body of the great Roland Barthes," Wayne Koestenbaum begins in his introduction to a new edition of A Lover's Discourse (1977), an abecedarium of amorous fragments, also translated by Howard, "is the word 'laceration,' a melodramatic synonym for 'wound.
In Slovenia: Abecedarium, and the Italian restaurant right across from it.