n.1.A romaunt.
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com/news/izombie-season3-preview/) TV Guide , executive producer Rob Thomas revealed that Liv's former fiancAaAaAeA@e, Major (Robert Buckley), will also find himself in new romant relationship this season.
Balance your professional life with some a romant can't, Mars t creativ get inv activity on the romantic front.
Among the titles advertised (but not published) by Moseley, John Pyper published The History of Astrea, and Thomas Walkley published Ariana, The History of Polexander, and The Romant of Romants.
Then there's "Do It," which features Romant hotly, the legendary-in-some-circles singer who may be best known for chanting One more time on the Daft Punk song of the same name.
He first notes this at 129v, when he observes Chaucer omitting material corresponding to the fifteenth chapter of the prose romance, and at folio 142v he observes with some concern that "here do chaucer leave oute all that is in the Romant of the rouse in the proose moralized from the middle of the 25 chapter untille the 51 chapter with whiche he begynneth here agayne.
The Florentine ambassador in Paris, Baccio Giovannini, similarly reports that the ballet took place in the middle of the night, as does another source not previously identified, Le romant des chevaliers de Thrace, which offers a print description of a running at the barrier which took place in February 1605 but also briefly discusses Marie's ballet the previous month.
Nursery teacher Jenny (Kelly Reilly) and her boyfriend (Michael Fassbender) head off for a romant ic weekend camping close to a remote lake, only to have their peace shattered by a gang of obnoxious kids.
1358), found in the Roman de la Rose the inspiration for his allegorical Pelerinage de l'homme, also known as Le Romant des trois pelerinages, a 14th-century poem that enjoyed a great success.
Despite this, there is pictorial evidence elsewhere in Europe that their protective measures were failing as a miniature in a Flemish manuscript circa 1480 of the Romant de la Rose clearly shows two women standing beside a circular convex mirror.
Thus Sandy Petrey's article on the novel in France begins with the observation that "French literary history, unlike its English counterpart, has never viewed the novel as a creation of the 18th century" (441), doubtless because the major works of seventeenth-century prose narrative--D'Urfe's Astree (1607-27), de Scudery's Clelie (1654-61), Scarron's Romant comique (1651) and, above all, de Lafayette's Princesse de Cleves (1678) were texts of international importance, as few of France's eighteenth-century novels were.
Inspired by this change of heart, Cupid sets about generating an exceptional love 'telle que nul Romant | N'en a escrit', the 'Nouvel Amour' of the title.
This is a light-hearted romant ic mystery, predictable, slangy and very easy reading.