almain


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almain

(ˈælmeɪn)
n
a Germanthe German languagea German dance, the Allemande
adj
German
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Then their talk turned to minstrelsy, and the stranger knight drew forth a cittern, upon which he played the minne-lieder of the north, singing the while in a high cracked voice of Hildebrand and Brunhild and Siegfried, and all the strength and beauty of the land of Almain. To this Sir Nigel answered with the romances of Sir Eglamour, and of Sir Isumbras, and so through the long winter night they sat by the crackling wood-fire answering each other's songs until the crowing cocks joined in their concert.
As Indian Moors obey their Spanish lords, So shall the spirits of every element Be always serviceable to us three; Like lions shall they guard us when we please; Like Almain rutters with their horsemen's staves, Or Lapland giants, trotting by our sides; Sometimes like women, or unwedded maids, Shadowing more beauty in their airy brows Than have the white breasts of the queen of love: From Venice shall they drag huge argosies, And from America the golden fleece That yearly stuffs old Philip's treasury; If learned Faustus will be resolute.
The book, originally published in Arabic by HBKU Press under the title 'Kandil Almain' in late 2018, was written by celebrated children's author Basma El Khatib.
Alem de Crockaert, houve alguns filosofos nominalistas, como Juan Celaya, Jacob Almain e John Mair ou Major.
The Famous History of Palmendos, Son to the Most Renowned Palmerin D'Oliva, Emperour of Constantinople, and the Heroick Queen of Tharsus wherein is likewise a Most Pleasant Discourse of Prince Rifarano, the Son of Trineus, Emperour of Almain and Aurecinda, Sister to the Soldane of Persia.
"The seven songs are interspersed with dances that Shakespeare would have known, such as the Pavan, Galliard and Almain. I've used simple percussion, most of which will be played by choir members and by the consort.
Takashi Shogimen traces Ockham's influence on the sixteenth-century Parisian theologian, Jacques Almain. Almain used Ockham but moved towards conciliarism, whereas Ockham had denied ecclesiastical authority in favour of a correct understanding of fundamental texts.
- are nothing to your English.'' Cassio asks "Is your Englishman so expert in his drinking?" Iago replies: "Why, he drinks you with facility your Dane dead drunk; he sweats not to overthrow your Almain. He gives your Hollander a vomit ere the next pottle can be filled."
To do this, he considers a wide number of writings on contracts or justice from juridical and theological perspectives (Almain, Aragon, Banez, Cajetanus, Diana, Ledesma, Lessius, Lugo, Medina, Mercado, Molina, Navarra, Onate, Perez, Salas, Sanchez, Soto, Suarez, Summenhart, Valencia, Vitoria) and canon, civil, and natural law (Adriano, Alciati, Azevedo, Azor, Azpilcueta, Angelo de Clavasio, Covarrubias, Doneau, Du Moulin, Everaerts, Forcadel, Fortunius Garcia, Gomez, Grotius, Lessius, Maine, Prieras, Solorzano, Thomasius, Tiraqueau, Vultejus, Zypaeus).