pandaemonium


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pandaemonium

(ˌpændaɪˈməʊnɪəm)
n
a variant spelling of pandemonium
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Mean while the winged Haralds by command Of Sovran power, with awful Ceremony And Trumpets sound throughout the Host proclaim A solemn Councel forthwith to be held At PANDAEMONIUM, the high Capital Of Satan and his Peers: thir summons call'd From every and Band squared Regiment By place or choice the worthiest; they anon With hundreds and with thousands trooping came Attended: all access was throng'd, the Gates And Porches wide, but chief the spacious Hall (Though like a cover'd field, where Champions bold Wont ride in arm'd, and at the Soldans chair Defi'd the best of Panim chivalry To mortal combat or carreer with Lance) Thick swarm'd, both on the ground and in the air, Brusht with the hiss of russling wings.
The shop was connected to Honeydukes, and inside was happy pandaemonium.
One of Temple's earliest films was 2000's Pandaemonium, which her father directed, and she received acclaim for 2006's Notes On A Scandal, and also impressed critics with her performance as maturebeyond-her-years Lola Quincey in 2007's Atonement.
There the devil who designed the infernal city of Pandaemonium turns out to have had a storied counterpart in Greek and Roman myth:
Humphrey Jennings, Pandaemonium 1660-1886: The Coming of the Machine as
Tras el thriller Bullet ("bala") en 1995, Temple regresaria al Reino Unido para tres peliculas en un breve periodo de tiempo: Vigo (Passion for Life ("Vigo, Pasion de vida"), en 1999, sobre Jean Vigo uno de sus idolos; Pandaemonium (2000), relato lirico y poco convencional acerca de la relacion entre dos grandes poetas del romanticismo ingles: Samuel Taylor Coleridge y William Wordsworth, y la mencionada The Filth and The Fury.
PLUS includes the Pandaemonium DJ Stage, a midnight circus and fire shows.
Fueled by a new essentialism born of the pandaemonium of ecological crisis, the logic of urbanization today reveals only what it has always been truly capable of.
Springing up from the fiery lake, they seem like locusts, and upon entering Pandaemonium, like dwarfs, pygmies, or fairy elves.
Even more influential may have been John Martin's celebrated pair of paintings, The Celestial City and the River of Bliss and Pandaemonium, both exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1841.
The book's final chapter also succeeds, although less fully, to argue the overarching recurrence of maternal imagery in Milton's overall cosmology, including God's generative creation, the violent birth of Pandaemonium, and the descriptions of Chaos as a reproductive space.