(2001) 'Arts de feyre
au Cameroun', Politique Africaine 82: 101-18.
When B lies to Gayus regarding his long acquaintance with A (the audience knows that A and B encounter each other as strangers at the beginning of the play), he does so by vouching that: "he and I dwelt many a feyre
day / In one scole, and yet I wot well / From thens he bare never away / The worth of halfe penny that I can tell" (1.664-65).
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And there he shewed a feyre
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It wol do awey al pe akyng, swellyng & schabbes & make feyre
& hool (R3).
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From the moment that the holy family leaves Simeon's temple, Mary and Joseph repeatedly marvel at their good fortune in having a 'soo goodly a childe' (721) who 'waxith feyre
and large' (729).
Sum ben of wele, & sum of wo, & sum of joy & merthe also; Sum of bourdys, & sum of rybaudy, & sum ther ben of the feyre
; Sum of trechery, & sum of gyle, & sum of happes that fallen by whyle.
Tanto en Manuel Gamio como en Franz Boas y en Gilberto Feyre
la caracterizacion del estado de la poblacion, de la perspectiva del medio social, los condujo a un activo programa de intervenciones socio-culturales.
(36) Langland is more directly antimercantile with his images of money containers, particularly with Piers Plowman's Coveitise, who has a moneybag built into his face, so that "as a letheren purs lolled hise chekes." (37) While Little's statuary images established a traditional connection between money storage and avarice, Langland with Coveitise particularizes that iconography to the estate of merchants, as Coveitise "went to the feyre
/ With many manere marchaundise" (5.