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Auster

(ˈɔːstə)
n
(Physical Geography) poetic the south wind
[C14: Latin]
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Tom got his velocipede next day, named it Black Auster, in memory of the horse in "The Battle of Lake Regillus," and came to grief as soon as he began to ride his new steed.
And this year a Pitts Special and Yak 52 will take to the skies above the popular North Yorkshire circuit, while on the ground, crowds will be enthralled by a Sherman Tank - an unmistakable World War Two icon - and static displays of the Bucker Bu 181 Bestmann and Auster light observation aircraft.
It depends on what mood you catch me in but it's probably a toss up between Julian Barnes and Paul Auster.
Stephen Auster, who leads the Sunderland Music Education Hub, said: "The repertoire for this year's concert was chosen with the First World War commemorations in mind, as well as looking forward to Christmas.
In reading your four-star review of Siri Hustvedt's The Blazing World, a novel that addresses gender bias in the art world, I noticed the irony of your comment that she is married to Paul Auster.
Ishiguro, Auster, and McCarthy seem to offer particular incidents of potential narrative control rather than general support of the novel's relationship to biopolitics.
Indeed, the two volumes have much in common, even though the publisher--and presumably Auster himself--is promoting the books as different.
Stockton, and Henry Adams, Gilbert Sorrentino, Donald Barthrlme, Paul Auster, Flann O'Brien, puritanism in Thomas Pynchon, and several interpretations of James Joyce.
I want to talk to Mr Auster about my father, about that relationship, about the books lying on the back seat, especially the one about his father.
Roger Auster from Minchinhampton near Stroud, made his bid on Gwithian Beach in Cornwall.
Past winners of the award include Carlos Fuentes, Gunter Grass, Margaret Atwood, Paul Auster and Leonard Cohen.