Amor


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Noun1.Amor - (Roman mythology) god of loveAmor - (Roman mythology) god of love; counterpart of Greek Eros
Roman mythology - the mythology of the ancient Romans
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They went in; and while the sleek, welltied parcels of "Men's Beavers" and "York Tan" were bringing down and displaying on the counter, he said"But I beg your pardon, Miss Woodhouse, you were speaking to me, you were saying something at the very moment of this burst of my amor patriae.
Sheik Amor ben Khatour," announced the sergeant by way of introduction.
Sheik Amor ben Khatour dropped the spilled gold pieces one by one back into the purse.
Sheik Amor ben Khatour drew himself up to his full height.
Libre de amor - de zelo - De odio - de esperanza - de rezelo.
I love the child, with what may he called amor naturalis--or rather paternus--the affection of a father.
La conformacion de la imagen del amador, Werther, parece responder punto por punto a todos los principios del amor cortes: se trata de un hombre joven, agraciado, en extremo sensible, sentimentalmente exuberante, ocioso, que pasa por la amarga prueba del trabajo como una forma posible de purgar su condena amorosa, pero de la que muy pronto se retira.
Ms Amor said she attended St Peter's Church in Wales School in Blaenavon and was physically and verbally bullied between the ages of four and 11.
Otherwise, Amor influenced the German language only sightly, for example by 'Amorette'n (in English amoretti), more frequently called 'Putten', derived from Latin 'putus (little boy).
On 43 minutes, Jacques Steyn's try, converted by Amor, cut the deficit to 17-14.
When Amor was handcuffed, her daughter Sophia, aged 20, was said to have waved a hockey stick at police officers.