Oenone


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Oenone

(iːˈnəʊnɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a nymph of Mount Ida, whose lover Paris left her for Helen
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1861) 53,572 Nicomache venticola Blake & Hilbig, 1990 124,708 Notomaslus tenuis Moore, 1909 129,745 Odontosyllis gibba Claparede, 1863 131,487 Oenone fulgida (Savigny in Lamarck, 1818) 144,726 Ophelina acuminata Orsted.
These are presented as if written by the abandoned women of antiquity --Ariadne, Dido, Oenone et al.--and addressed to their faithless lovers.
Dearest Mother and mother-inlaw of Laurence and Oenone, Barbara and Nick.
As her nurse Oenone explains to Phedre, love is "a fate imposed since time began," "a natural frailty" shared by all mortals.
The Arraignment of Paris capitalizes on these associations, featuring one of literature's favorite lamenting women, Oenone, the nymph whom Paris deserts in order to pursue Helen.
2); length of 2nd and 3rd metasomal tergites of 2 0.4 times total length of metasoma Proantrusa Tobias, 1998 3'.-- Frons without small median tooth in front of anterior ocellus; length of 2nd and 3rd metasomal tergites of 2 0.6-0.8 times total length of metasoma Trachionus Haliday, 1833 Syn.: Aenone Haliday, 1838 (not Lamarck, 1818); Oenone Haliday, 1839 (not Lamarck, 1818); Symphya Foerster, 1863; Anarmus Ruthe in Brischke, 1882; Planiricus Perepechayenko, 2000 (subgenus).
oeNone of us (workers) at our site are allowed to work in the open at noon.
Late on the night of October 16-17, observers along a narrow track running from northern Ohio to southern California can watch for 215 Oenone to occult a 9.0-magnitude star at the Cetus-Pisces border for up to 3.6 seconds.
Following the progress of "Oenone" from initial drafts, through publication in 1833, through further drafts, to publication in revised form in 1842, Philip Gaskell remarks that "Tennyson took care with its spelling and punctuation," and the facsimiles of manuscripts and proofs collected in The Tennyson Archive contain abundant evidence that he took conscious care with his punctuation.
A Funeral Elegy upon the death of Prince Henry; A marriage triumph solemnized in an Epithalamium; A Funeral Elegy, upon the death of King James; Oenone and Paris; The Art of Love; Troia Britanica, or Great Britain's Troy; Pleasant Dialogues and Dramas; Preparative to Study or the virtue of sack; Reader, here you'll plainly see; Life and Death of Queen Elizabeth.
There were pleasing performances, too, from Leigh-Ann Allen (High Priestess), Max Van Wyck (Pluton) and Christina Campsall (Oenone).
This emotional depth extends to the wider cast and Mahon's portrait of the devotion and despair that drives Oenone to suicide is particularly harrowing.