What follows is, in many ways, a valediction
against mourning, and in its wit, courage and kindliness it often brings tears to the eyes.
He also served as chancellor of the Diocese of Bradford between 1999 and 2014, At a valediction
ceremony, Recorder of Middlesbrough Judge Simon Bourne-Arton QC said Judge Walford was "an esteemed colleague, a public servant of considerable standing but also a dear friend".
They have suggested that the painting was a valediction
to Rose, commissioned by his great-nephew, the garden designer George London, and that copies circulated within an emerging profession.
At a reception afterward, Hrusa confessed to being genuinely surprised by the musicians' valediction
, adding that another powerful memory of the performance will stay with him.
Written in the last year of Strauss' life and conceived as a very intentional valediction
, these settings of poems by Hermann Hesse and Josef von Eichendorff are filled with sumptuous, Straussian touches.
Towards which I assert again my own firm belief that the Duce will stand not with despots and the lovers of power but with the lovers of ORDER/to kalon POSTSCRIPT OR VALEDICTION
, on going to press after two years of writing.
I GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE (Jean-Luc Godard) Godard's thrilling valediction
bids farewell to the word and the world, its 3-0 effects evoking both the antic (GoPro) and the antique (stereoscope).
For example, how does John Donne's A Valediction
Forbidding Mourning - the compasses poem - work?
Perhaps she feels unable to keep up with time's passage; perhaps there is almost too much to gather in a single valediction
, one that begins with the speaker "wearing her belatedness.
After that came the valediction
as they undertook the slowest lap of honour in history, selflessly posing for selfies with, it seemed, everyone who wanted them.
Amita Chauhan- Chairperson, Amity International Schools graced the Valediction
I would like to suggest yet another possible influence on the compass, circle, and beaten gold imagery of Donne's "A Valediction
," namely Isaiah 40, an Old Testament consolatio whose imagery thematizes the circumscription and connection of geographical distances in language that provides an intriguing intertext to Donnes poem.