Dr Olajide was among the leaders of the community, as well as All Progressives Congress (APC) leaders at the venue of the event, and had risen to speak in reaction his son's political interest and to the encomia
, the people showered on him, but could not hold back tears.
They cover the Byzantine philosophical tradition, prophetic dreams and visions in imperial contexts, Byzantine chronicles and encomia
and remembering the saints in hymns and hagiography.
The long lines convinced the duo that closing up shop would be foolish, and, soon, the encomia
started pouring in: The Broken Shaker was named America's top bar, and reached the number 18 spot on the prestigious list of the world's best bars in 2017.
While the concept ultimately goes back to the debate on love in Plato's Symposium, Paul's passage is an exquisite encomium for which parallels can be found in authors as diverse as Isocrates, Cicero, Apuleius, and Philo of Alexandria, All of these encomia
were initially given guidelines by Aristotle in the Rhetoric, who shows how to praise a character by pointing out the negative characteristics of others who might have been supposed to be equal to him.
So, given our biases, we acknowledge the righteous encomia
and hagiographical accounts that accompanied his death as "obvious," even normative.
of the poet whom all Greeks regarded as the progenitor of their entire literary tradition were a common practice.
The paradoxical encomia
of female ugliness produced by authors such as Berni, Doni, and Aretino are pitted against the canone corto and canone lungo of female beauty as Giovanni Pozzi has defined them.
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The title captures the spirit of a book replete with encomia
to a score of English literati who traveled a long and tortuous route to the Catholic Church.
(It is one of the sad truths of American journalism that the press almost inevitably goes soft whenever a major figure, however controversial or reviled, exits the public stage or dies; indeed, we can only await the reverential encomia