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Noun1.Gongora - a Spanish poet whose work was characterized by an affected elegance of style (1561-1627)Gongora - a Spanish poet whose work was characterized by an affected elegance of style (1561-1627)
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A participant, Joralyn Gongora, said she is grateful for the training not only because she learned farming techniques but also because her grandchild now eats vegetables.
"When Sor Juana died of the plague in 1695, the Archbishop of Mexico, Francisco Aguiar y Seijas--if Octavio Paz is to be believed--presided at her funeral for which her fellow Baroque intellectual and friend Carlos de Siguenza y Gongora had written a eulogy entitled Oracion funebre.
As made explicit in the Introduction, Brian takes as her object of analysis the web of social and cultural relationships surrounding the collection of indigenous texts compiled by Fernando de Alva Ixtlilxochitl (~1578-1650), and its subsequent passage as a gift into the hands of the creole intellectual Carlos de Siguenza y Gongora (1645-1700) in the late 1680s.
Goodwin writes marvelously well about poetry, lucidly explicating compositions of Garcilaso de la Vega or Luis de Gongora, for example, and placing them in historical context.
The Arabian Oryx genetic-genomic project "looks at the DNA or genes to investigate the genetic diversity of the Arabian Oryx populations used for the breeding programme," said Professor Jaime Gongora, an associate at the University of Sydney, Australia, who supervises the project.
Owner Bernadette Gongora teaches several different types of yoga at Versatile Vitality's Nob Hill location and was motivated by her desire to help all of her clients "detach, relax and decompress."