Though I made no further observation of her at the moment, I may mention here what I did not discover until afterwards, namely, that she was one of a series of protegees whom my aunt had taken into her service expressly to educate in a renouncement of mankind, and who had generally completed their abjuration
by marrying the baker.
Tecla Georgis renounced his abjuration
, and at his death persisted in his errors.
To refuse to suffer is a sign of weakness rather than of courage, and, moreover, was it not a sort of recusance to take leave of life in despondency, an abjuration
of the Christian faith which is based upon the sublime words of Jesus Christ: 'Blessed are they that mourn.
In this modern, Eurasian-dominated world that remains replete with anti-Africanism, it is the psychologically misoriented ADP who prioritizes the maintenance and development of Arabic, European, European-American, and other non-African/alien culture--even when anti-African--and thereby necessarily undermines the prioritization of African life and culture, often with abjuration
At the opening of the book Sartore defines outlawry as the action of declaring someone to be outside the protection of the law; exile or banishment as enforced removal from the land according to an edict or sentence; and abjuration
as an oath to leave a town or country forever.
In Ortese's view, the post-war society's refusal of memory corresponds to the abjuration
of history that has lead to capitalistic assimilation and cultural homogenization: "senza piu storia [.
A No vote will be a vote for political inertia, an abjuration
This declaration, however, does not signify that Hardy's dissatisfaction resulted in a total abjuration
of all the philosophical ideas and systems he read.
The 18 papers in the proceedings consider such topics as the geo-strategies and historical perspectives of Pope Urban II and 'Ali ibn Tahir al-Sulami, the impact of crusading ideology on early 12th-century Denmark, the rationality behind Manuel I Domnenos' attempt to reform the abjuration
formula for converts from Islam, the Armenian kingdom and the Mongol-Frankish encounter, and Baybars and the crusades in Arab film and television.
In a related abjuration
of lyric expressiveness, Lloyd's Coupures (1987) concludes with a procedural text comprised of five pages of jagged prose 'cuttings', each individual line strip-mined from pre-existent material and juxtaposed with that which precedes and follows in a manner that flouts not only syntactic continuity but even the integrity of the individual word: 'til they slammed the brakes on, & we rode straight on through/licking through the pages like a card index, duckrabbitduckra'.
In Scarry's lecture the simultaneous abjuration
and accommodation of taste that the list makes possible has a distinctly self-reflexive aspect.
This fugitive role has always been in play, however, and the abjuration
of a role might just be another part of his peculiar mischief.