Hanno


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Han•no

(ˈhæn oʊ)

n.
Carthaginian statesman, fl. 3rd century b.c.
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Surprisingly, this unilateral view of the Punic people is not supported in the overall presentation of Hanno, the principal (and probable title) character of the Poenulus.
(Hanno, Japan) to sell the latter's manual milling machines and to provide post-sale maintenance services.
for which Lorenzo much later will find himself writing ne gli occhi hanno altro lume che l'obietto of the lover; and
In our very first introduction to Hanno, the speaker of the prologue signals his overcharged sexual appetite (104-11):
While continuing to write articles and fiction, Malaparte wrote three realistic dramas, based on the lives of Marcel Proust (Du cote de chez Proust, performed 1948) and Karl Marx (Das Kapital, performed 1949) and on life in Vienna during the Soviet occupation (Anche le donne hanno perso la guerra, performed 1954; "The Women Lost the War Too").
Philip Hanno, Temple University Medical Center, Philadelphia; Dr.
Birth and early career unknown, but was elected curule aedile (216); made magister equitum (master of the horse) to the dictator Junius Pera after the Roman disaster at Cannae (August 2, 216); commanded two legions of slaves in the army for a short time afterward; twice elected consul (215 and 213); twice served in the field as proconsul (214 and 212); repulsed Hannibal's offensive at Cumae (215), and crushed Hannibal's brother Hanno at Beneventum (214); bested by Hanno in Bruttium (Calabria) (213), he was ambushed and killed (212).
Mann sees in a frail Hanno, the last of the Buddenbrook line, the culmination of a symbolic clash between the antithetical forces of art and life.
In Thomas's son, Hanno, the symbolic connection between art and decadence and the symbolic antithesis between art and life culminate.
Wing Hanno Dirksen makes his 100th PRO14 appearance, with James King making his 150th.
Nel dedicare il volume a Vittore Fiore, Friedrich G Friedmann, Rocco Mazzarone, Manlio Rossi-Doria, Linuccia Saba e Guido Sacerdoti i curatori si sono posti su una linea di continuita rispetto all'azione svolta dai dedicatari, che hanno avuto grandi meriti nella pubblicazione e diffusione delle opere di Levi e Scotellaro e hanno felicemente promosso iniziative di studio su di loro e sulla civilta contadina.
Ma il suo contributo non e rimasto inosservato: l'Universita statale di Nitra in Slovacchia gli ha conferito un dottorato honoris causa per la promozione dell'italiano all'estero e la Bulgaria lo ha identificato tra i 100 bulgari che hanno dato lustro al paese natale.