Cinna


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Cinna

(ˈsɪnə)
n
(Biography) Lucius Cornelius (ˈluːsɪəs kɔːˈniːlɪəs). died 84 bc, Roman patrician; an opponent of Sulla
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It's long been a street for travelers--destination gift shops like Wiliingham's, Sassafras, and Cinna mon Tree have lured shoppers downtown for more than a quarter-century.
Priya Cinna and Thappa did a hospital-based descriptive study on 500 elderly, females aged 50 years and above and males aged 60 years and above.
6] or when Cinna refuses Emilie's entreaties to flee Auguste's summons at the end of the first act of Cinna).
Les prestations d~assistance au pilotage oprationnel portent sur le projet SFRRD, les projets de R&D rattachs (MASNA, MACNA, CINNA, RNRNA, TECNA, SFRAG), ainsi que sur le lot Ingnierie Cur ASTRID (LIC) et le lot Trsor Phnix (TPX) tous 2 rattachs au projet SFRRD.
Perhaps OA's finest achievement, with David Fallis presiding over the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (his colleague Marc Minkowski, who presided in the pit for the Salzburg production and had previously worked with the Toronto company, was also responsible for Salzburg's invitation to Pynkoski and Zingg), the Toronto presentation may have lacked the mellifluous tenor of Rolando Villazon in the title role, but it did boast a fine, well-matched, fresh-voiced cast, with Kresimir Spicer as Lucio Silla, Mireille Asselin as Celia, Peggy Kriha Dye as Cecilio, Inga Kalna as Cinna and Meghan Lindsay as Giunia.
The lake occupied the lowest area of the basin, an area that is enclosed," said scientist Cinna Lomnitz, researcher emeritus at the Instituto de Geofisica, which is associated with the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM).
The artist appeared in a supporting role in the criticallyacclaimed film Precious, and the box office smash film The Hunger Games, as Cinna.
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After a grim victory tour, Katniss and Peeta are dolled up by PR gal Effie Trinket (Elizabeth Banks) and designer Cinna (Lenny Kravitz) for their big presentation to the public.
The winner of the Hunger Games comes from a poor district, and her style is a mix of practical -- until she meets Cinna (Lenny Kravitz), her stylist in the games.
Tambien pone en labios de Cinna los gritos de gozo que Plutarco atribuye a todos los conspiradores, incluyendo a Bruto, despues del asesinato.
Finally, in the only chapter to concern art specifically, the author offers a persuasive reading of Corneille's Cinna, a tragedy that displays the ability of political authority to produce affective response in its subjects; the implication is that the theater at the time could not be a space of aesthetically pure enjoyment, but instead was necessarily part of a political program (Richelieu's) that put the spectacle's manipulation of bodily passion in the service of power.