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Pros´er


n.1.A writer of prose.
2.One who talks or writes tediously.
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Adriana Proser, an Asian arts specialist and senior curator at the Asia Society, said that the spectacular works in the exhibition - including exquisite regalia, jewellery, functional and ritualistic objects, ceremonial weapons and funerary masks - stemmed from collections in the Philippines and were supplemented with objects from the United States.
Capistrano-Baker, consulting curator at the Ayala Museum, and Adriana Proser, John H.
Organized by the Asia Society's Adriana Proser and, as consulting curator, Florina Capistrano-Baker of the Ayala Museum, to which most of the items on view belong, the show includes bracelets, bangles, necklaces, pendants, pectorals, collars, finger rings, dishes, bowls, a balance scale made entirely of gold and triangular pieces with rounded corners called "chastity covers" designed to be worn by women over their genitals.
Le but de ce choix consistait, entre autres, a justifier la conquete de la Tunisie, et du Maghreb en general, en la faisant prevaloir comme etant une reprise d'un territoire qui appartenait a l'empire romain duquel la France coloniale se proclamait heritiere (Boissier 1902 ; Proser 1924 ; Arlaud 1927).
Israel cannot be expected to stand idle as the lives of its citizens are being put at risk by the Syrian government's reckless actions," Proser wrote in a note to the council.
Their UN ambassador, Ron Proser, made acrimonious comments about the UN's failure to condemn terror against Israelis, but avoided any comment on the children and other civilians killed by Israeli retaliatory airstrikes.
He also operated concessions at the World's Fair the summers of 1939 and '40 as a teenager under the flamboyant nightclub owner, Monte Proser.
Proser has thoughtfully organized the catalogue portion of the book, which ills two-thirds of the volume, into three sections: "The Buddha and the Sacred Site" (twenty artifacts), "The Journey" (fifty-two artifacts), and "Merit, Mementos, and Sacred Bonds" (twenty-one artifacts).
Investment oscar" went to French Gras Savoye and Turkish Proser firms.
Proser demanded to know why the UN wasn't investigating the "300,000 Tamil civilians currently languishing in Sri Lanka.
3) Notable exceptions, besides Broude's essay, include Eleanor Proser, Hamlet and Revenge (Stanford, 1977); Julia Dietrich, 'Justice in This World: The Background of the Revenger in the English Morality Drama', Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 12 (1982): 99-111; the appendix to Peter Mercer, Hamlet and the Acting of Revenge (London, 1987); and the brief section on precursors to revenge tragedy in Lukas Erne's Beyond 'The Spanish Tragedy': A Study of the Works of Thomas Kyd (New York, 2001).
Proser, The Gift of Fire: Aggression and the Plays of Christopher Marlowe, Renaissance and Baroque Studies and Texts, Vol.