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Ca·mões

 (kə-moiNsh′) also Ca·mo·ëns (kăm′ō-ənz, kə-mō′-), Luiz Vaz de 1524?-1580.
Portuguese writer best known for Os Lusíadas (1572), an epic describing his nation's rise from obscurity to greatness.

Camoëns

(ˈkæməʊˌɛns) or

Camões

n
(Biography) Luis Vaz de (lwiʃ vɑʃ ˈdəː). 1524–80, Portuguese epic poet; author of The Lusiads (1572)

Cam•o•ëns

(ˈkæm oʊˌɛns)

also Ca•mões

(kəˈmɔ̃ɪ̃ʃ)

n.
Luis Vaz de (vɑʒ) 1524?–80, Portuguese poet.
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We have prepared two eclogues, one by the famous poet Garcilasso, the other by the most excellent Camoens, in its own Portuguese tongue, but we have not as yet acted them.
Luis Vaz de Camoens, Portuguese poet and sailor showed Hormoz to the world due to its considerable wealth and, Miloten British poet showed off its jewelry and gems to the world.
This is a motif employed by a number of other authors including Dante, Milton and Camoens.
The Westminster Review pointed to "The Rhyme of the Duchess May," "Catarina to Camoens," and "Bertha in the Lane" as exemplars of the "highest of the class.
Igual que colaboraremos con el Instituto Camoens, cediendoles nuestros espacios para que ensenen portugues: como europeos, como ibericos, ?
Bryan Camoens of International Quality and Productivity Centre asked the question following an interview he conducted with Mohammed Shodiq, academic head for Bank Rakyat Indonesia Syariah, who said Shariah-compliant products are based on "mirroring conventional products with the elimination of prohibited items", with compliance criteria based on aqad assessment, whereas Shariah-based products are based on "both aqad assessment and objectives of Shariah assessment.
The sonnet then proceeds to survey great poets working in the form, beginning a-chronologically with Shakespeare, going back to Petrarch, Tasso, Camoens, Dante and Spenser, before concluding upon Milton.
Ordering Empire: The Poetry of Camoens, Pringle and Campbell.
To him let CAMOENS, MILTON, TASSO, yield, Whose annual strains, like armies, take the field.
Mindless of its just honours;--with this Key Shakspeare unlocked his heart; the melody Of this small Lute gave ease to Petrarch's wound; A thousand times this Pipe did Tasso sound; Camoens soothed with it an Exile's grief; The Sonnet glittered a gay myrtle Leaf Amid the cypress with which Dante crowned His visionary brow: a glow-worm Lamp, It cheered mild Spenser, called from Faery-land To struggle through dark ways; and, when a damp Fell round the path of Milton.
Die Adamastor-figuur is op sy beurt die skepping van die Portugese skrywer Luis Vaz de Camoens wat in 1572 die epos Os Lusiadas geskryf het.