Caius


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Ca·ius

 (kā′əs, kī′-)
See Gaius.

Caius

(ˈkaɪəs)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Gaius
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A noticeboard at the college read: "Gonville and Caius College mourns the passing of Professor Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist and Fellow of the College for over 50 years.
While handsome Caius Aquilla is a singularly brave Roman legionnaire, his brother-soldiers keep on having mishaps (fatal, no less) whenever he's around.
Whereas Caius unsurprisingly cares only for the spectacular extravagance, Laelia finds the humanity in these executed men, thereby feeling so emotionally wrought that she shrieks and hides her face.
Further evidence that the dream text might not have been part of the manuscript's original design is the fact that this is the only text in Takamiya MS 33 not to appear in its twin manuscript, Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, MS 336/725.
Arif Yampolsky playing Hugh Evans, a Welsh parson, incurs the duel-inciting wrath of Doctor Caius when he asks Mistress Quickly (Gillian Griffith) to help him match Anne with Slender.
Emanuel Caius Feldano, who is also the President of the Mannar Bar Association appeared under the headline http://www.
Benoit Boutet was a wonderfully ridiculous Dr Caius, while Jeremy Blossey and Taras Kulish played the parts of Falstaff's followers with just the right touch of burlesque and naivete.
Ralph Fiennes' film adaptation of Coriolanus, now out on DVD, marries Shakespeare's dialogue to a 21st-century setting to retell the story of the Roman general Caius Marcius, nicknamed Coriolanus for his valor during a siege of the city of Corioli.
Assistant Head of Content and graduate of Gonville and Caius College CAMBRIDGE end-ofterm balls are all about getting drunk, getting it on with the girl or boy you fancy and jumping in the River Cam.
CORIOLANUS (15)CAST: Ralph Fiennes, Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave, Jessica Chastain, Brian Cox PLOT: Based on a little-performed Shakespearean play, Fiennes makes his directorial debut and casts himself in the title role as soldier Caius Martius.
RALPH Fiennes makes a startlingly fine directorial debut with this arresting Shakespearean tragedy, also starring as the fearsome Roman general Caius Martius Coriolanus.
Bower plays Caius in the "Twilight" films while Wright is best known for her role as Ginny Weasley in the "Potter" series.