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27) See 1 ELLIOTT COUES, HISTORY OF THE EXPEDITION UNDER THE COMMAND OF LEWIS AND CLARK, at lxxiii (Courier Dover Publications 1979) (1893) (commission providing that it appointed William Clark).
Burkholder, and Douglas Emory Wilson (Belknap-Harvard, 1994), lxxiii + 433 pp.
The pair face 12 rivals in the [euro]250,000 contest at Merano, the LXXIII Gran Premio Merano Forst Grade 1 chase over 3m1f.
Ja o capitulo LXXIII, ou seja, "O contraregra," nos traz o efeito da desatencao de Escobar refletido no sentimento de Bentinho, frente ao cavaleiro que passa pelo bairro de Matacavalos, e admira Capitu na janela a ponto de voltar-se para tras por se haver extasiado diante de sua beleza.
An individual may be oppressed, a nation may be trampled upon, mankind may be threatened with the annihilation of their rights, and the threat enforced; and not a finger is raised, not a heart sinks, not a pulse beats quicker" ("Common-Places," The Literary Examiner LXXIII, September-December 1823, 20: 136).
And as much as it nourished him, Italy also--Pound's own private Italy--prompted some of his worst excesses, the ugliest of which are the Cantos (LXXII and LXXIII, for example) he composed directly in Italian (I translate a brief sample: "In the beginning, God/the great aesthete, after having created heaven and earth .
The Motif of the Journey in Nineteenth-Century Italian Literature (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1994), Italica, LXXIII (1997), 103-05.