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labrys

(ˈlæbrɪs; ˈleɪbrɪs)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) an axe with a double head that was a religious symbol in ancient Crete
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Over 40 people including the head of the AUCA social sciences department and co-director of the Center for Critical Gender Studies Elena Kim, representatives of the Labris public association Diana Arsenyeva and Georgi Mamedov, as well as co-organizer of the workshop Mohira Suyarkulova attended the event.
Leader of the Kalys Public Movement Jenish Moldokmatov said that the activists witnessed that the non-governmental Labris LGBTIQ Organization was trying to hold the marriage ceremony.
Last up is a pair of singers who worked together in the 90s and are making a comeback: Thanos Kalliris and Labris Livieratos.
Labris Bar & Lounge is the place to go for happy hour chill-outs, the latest lesbian DJs, and karaoke night (labris.at).
Nempe uolunt plures collum constringere dextra Et pulchre digitis lubricum comprendere corpus; Sed mentes muto, dum labris oscula trado Dulcia compressis impendens basia buccis, Atque pedum gressus titubantes sterno ruina.
Botes, 'n jare lange vriend en ywerige versamelaar van sy grafiese kuns, stuur Jensma in 1967 van sy konkrete gedigte aan Nederlandse tydskrifte soos Labris en De Tafelronde wat enkele daarvan publiseer.
NQ 1,5,6 (= Courtney 2); Maecenas: feminae cinno crispat et labris columbatur, cited in Sen.
To Descartes's request that he check this in his copy of the book, Beeckman replied that the supposed keys are in Agrippa's text; "you yourself would have noticed them not long ago had you wished to."(56) During the previous winter, then, when he and Beeckman were together, Descartes had access to this book, and as Charles Adam proposed, there is reason to believe that the book in question was the Lyons edition of Agrippa's Opera published in 1600.(57) From the contempt with which Descartes wrote to Beeckman of the Lullian whose claims of secret knowledge inspired his request - "his knowledge, drawn from books (libris), was on his lips (labris) rather than in his mind" - interpreters of this episode have too easily concluded that Descartes felt a similar contempt for Agrippa.
Sed dum totus inhaereo Conchatim roseis genis, Conchatim rutilis labris, Ocellisque loquaculis: Non datur tua cernere Labra, non roseas genas Ocellosque loquaculos.
Office of the Labris LGBTIQ Organization in Bishkek was attacked on April 3 by unknown individuals who threw three bottles with Molotov cocktails at the building.