exeunt


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ex·e·unt

 (ĕk′sē-ənt, -o͝ont′)
Used as a stage direction to indicate that two or more performers leave the stage.

[Latin, third person pl. of exīre, to go out; see exit.]

exeunt

(ˈɛksɪˌʌnt)
(Theatre) they go out: used as a stage direction

ex•e•unt

(ˈɛk si ənt, -ˌʊnt)

v.i.
(they) go out (used as a stage direction): Exeunt soldiers and townspeople.
[1475–85; < Latin, 3rd pers. pl. present indic. of exīre to go out; see exit1]
Translations

exeunt

[ˈeksɪʌnt] VI (Theat) → salen, se van

exeunt

vi (Theat) → ab; exeunt Brutus and CassiusBrutus und Cassius ab

exeunt

[ˈɛksɪˌʌnt] vi (Theatre) → escono
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Another is Carmen Guer-rero Nakpil's last book, Exeunt, with her candid views of govern-ment work during the Marcos administration, which is fascinat-ing to me as our paths crossed during those days.
Her masterwork, however, was the trilogy of memoirs: 'Myself, Elsewhere,' 'Legends and Adventures' and 'Exeunt.' Critics showered superlatives upon her books, citing her wit, style and command of English.
Nakpil has published: 'Woman Enough and other essays' (1963), 'A Question of Identity' (1973), 'The Philippines and the Filipinos' (1977), 'The Philippines' (1989), 'Rice and Conspiracy' (1990), 'Centennial Reader' (1998), 'Whatever' (2002), 'Myself, Elsewhere' (2006), 'Legends and Adventures' (2007) and 'Exeunt' (2008).
As well as selling out during its debut run at the Curve, the show received high praise from critics, particularly from Exeunt Magazine which described it as "A self-consciously messy, freeform paean to the experience of making music" and "a beautiful metaphor for the start of healing".
Simply put, it means the EU27, Juncker and Tusk were supposed to ask United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May, and her attendant officials and private secretaries, to unplug their simultaneous translation earpieces, get up out of their pleather seats, and, in the bastardised words of Shakespeare, "exeunt stage left".
(13) And The Lost Lady (1637; Blackfriars, Court) includes both 'Enter the Moore on her bed, Hermione, Phillida, and Irene' and 'The bed thrust out', as well as 'Exeunt. Draw in the bed'.
"Introduction: The World of Anthony Boucher" and "A Checklist of the Fiction of Anthony Boucher." Exeunt Murderers: The Best Mystery Stories of Anthony Boucher, edited by Francis M.
(52.) Shuja Nawaz, "Exeunt Pakistan Experts Pursued by Bear," Foreign Policy, June 14, 2011, http://southasia.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2011/06/14/exeunt_pakistan_experts_pursued_by_bear; Michael Kugleman, "Where Have Washington's Pakistan Experts Gone?" Dawn.com, April 26, 2012, http://www.dawn.com/news/713622/where-have-washingtons-pakistan-experts-gone
Catherine is also a freelance theatre critic and arts journalist, writing regularly for the Guardian, The Stage and Exeunt Magazine.
Modern editors have assumed that this First Folio "Exit" should be "Exeunt" and that all the actors except Rosalind exit along with the Duke after a suitable amount of final festivity on stage.
So punishment, criminal sentencing and execution exeunt the inclusion of the concept of prevention.