de Molina

de Molina

(Spanish ðe moˈlina)
n
(Biography) Tirso (ˈtirso). Pen name of Gabriel Téllez. ?1571–1648, Spanish dramatist; author of the first dramatic treatment of the Don Juan legend El Burlador de Sevilla (1630)
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Three Plays of Tirso de Molina: New Translations of Don Juan: The Jackal of Seville; A Sinner Saved, a Saint Damned; and The Timid Young Man at the Palace Gate
Aunque ya se habia estudiado la actividad de Teresa de Guzman tanto a traves de las ediciones conservadas de Tirso de Molina que costeo y vendio (Cameron; Oteiza; Vega Garcia-Luengos), (4) como mediante las noticias publicitarias de las obras que edito de este mismo autor aparecidas en La Gaceta de Madrid (Bushee), (5) el analisis de los expedientes de solicitud de licencias de impresion--asi como de tasacion de varias comedias de distintos autores del siglo XVII, tales como el ya mencionado Tirso de Molina pero tambien Ruiz de Alarcon, Lope de Vega o Perez de Montalban--, revelan nuevos indicios sobre cual fue la verdadera organizacion del proyecto editorial que dirigia Teresa de Guzman.
Earlier this year, SlimFast teamed up with Raul de Molina --known to millions as "El Gordo" from the popular Univision show "El Gordo y la Flaca"--in his effort to lose weight and keep it off.
In an effort to bolster its appeal to the Latino market, weight-loss brand SlimFast has formed a partnership with Raul De Molina, cohost of the Univision Networks' entertainment news show "El Gordo y la Flaca."
The eleven chapters presented here explore the writings (and their reception) of Spanish Jesuit priest Luis de Molina (1535-1600), best known for his attempt to reconcile emergent ideas about free will and traditional concepts of predestination in his Concordia.
As Pous specifically states, "If, as Jaffe and Finke claimed, Sancho had celebrated his betrothal with Guillerma in future terms and nothing more, these, by themselves, would not have [impeded] his marriage to Maria de Molina. (20) However, Sancho and Guillerma had been betrothed in the "present" and, according to the Church, they were thereby legally married in perpetuity.