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pory

(ˈpɔːrɪ)
adj, porier or poriest
containing pores; porous
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Frantsuzskaia elegiia XVIII XIX vekov v perevodakh poetov Pushkinskoi pory. Moscow: Raduga, 1989.
Pory, the English translator and compiler of the Geographical Historie
Another travelling text, which relied on translation, was also a possible source for Shakespeare's Othello, written by Richard Hakluyt's friend John Pory, who translated the English edition published in London in 1600, A Geographical Historie of Africa written in Arabicke and Italian by John Leo a More ..., a translation of a text published in 1556 by Hasan Ibn Muhammad Al-Wazzan Al-Fasi, known in the West as Leo Africanus.
Al-Wazzan, or John Leo, was the author of Della descrittione dellAfrica, a text originally published in Italian in 1550 and first translated into English in 1600 by John Pory as the quite popular and authoritative Geographical Historie of Africa, which was once considered one of the indirect sources of Othello.
Se refiere a la teoria del poder comunicativo como un significativo aporte en el reposicionamiento de la democracia deliberativa, finalizando con el senalamiento de que el modelo arendtiano de republicanismo civico, constituye una condicion valida y oportuna para el ejercicio y la construccion de una democracia pory para los ciudadanos, en la necesidad de desarrollar un proyecto de formacion politica capaz de generar una verdadera cultura democratica con posibilidades de articular nuevos simbolos, discursos y practicas sociales en el marco del ejercicio de una experiencia ciudadana.
See also John Foster-Bey, "Bridging Communities: Making the Link Between Regional Economies and Local Community Development" (1997) 8:2 Stan L & Pory Rev 25 at 25-26, 32-34.
It could be argued that this association is a function of Pory's advanced seventeenth-century mind-set and, certainly by the time of Tasso's Rinaldo (1562), the interspecies bond is showing signs of strain, so that the intelligent horse is no longer humanlike, but now "cosi ...
1929); Irina Murav'eva, Salony pushkinskoi pory: Ocherki literaturnoi i svetskoi zhizni Sankt-Peterburga (St.