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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With deceitful demagoguery, he arouses the crowd's emotions and unleashes the full, anarchic fury of the mob, whose destructive violence thereafter rages through all the streets of Rome, even attacking the poet Cinna. Eventually, Julius Caesar's adopted son Octavius restores order and becomes the first Roman Emperor.
They come across another citizen, one who might make that proudest boast noted by Kennedy, "civis romanus sum." However, instead of that, he gives his name, "Truly, my name is Cinna." The citizens identify that name as one of the conspirators, and decide to kill him.
Terney Pradeep Kumara said clinical waste could be found in Kanda Duwa, Cinna Padu, Periya Padu and Palliwatta Padu in Puttalam.
IN JULIUS CAESAR, A ROMAN MOB INFLAMED by the duplicitous Mark Antony seizes upon a poet named Cinna en route to the late dictator's funeral.
El recordado sismologo de la unam Cinna Lomnitz (1925-2016) escribio en Los temblores (Conaculta, 1999) que "conforme fue creciendo en poblacion y en extension, la Ciudad de Mexico se hizo cada vez mas vulnerable a los temblores".
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.
Her reference to her stylists as "oddly coloured birds" foreshadows how she will, at their hands, gradually transform into a bird with an artificially crafted rather than with a naturally grown "plumage." The bird imagery develops as Katniss is served her first Capitol meal by the head stylist Cinna: chicken and oranges in a creamy sauce--a delicious dish that is visually replicated in Cinna's styling of the "plucked" Katniss for the opening ceremonies, where her cape is set ablaze in orange flames.
For extraction of RNA, 50 mg of the frozen adipose or muscle tissue was homogenized and total RNA was isolated by the RNA-Plus kit (Cinna Gen., Iran), according to the manufacturer's instructions.
In a similar vein, standing one's ground and refusing to flee is coded positively (as when Polyeucte rejects Nearque's advice to flee the site of the Roman altar [Polyeucte 2.6] 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.