frusta


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frus·ta

 (frŭs′tə)
n.
A plural of frustum.
References in classic literature ?
Nam simul expletus dapibus, vinoque sepultus Cervicem inflexam posuit, jacuitque per antrum Immensus, saniem eructans, ac frusta cruenta Per somnum commixta mero.
A photograph taken by Arrigo Frusta and preserved in the Centro Studi Piemontesi of Turin (Fondo Frusta) shows Falchetti standing on the right-hand side of the group, wearing the same hat he is wearing in Sargent's portrait, with Padre Alhera sitting at his feet.
In between the 19th and 20th centuries, the most relevant satirical publications were the Catholic La frusta (from 1875), the Roman Il travaso delle idee (from 1900; including among its collaborators the journalist Yorick and the cartoon designer Filiberto Scarpelli), and the Socialist L'asino (published in various Italian cities from the early 1900s).
Energy absorption characteristics and a meta-model of miniature frusta under axial impact.
Frusta musicale [...] (Milan: Luigi di Giacomo Pirola, (1836) 89 Annuario dei P.
Navaneethakrishnan, "Free vibration of layered truncated conical shell frusta of differently varying thickness by the method of collocation with cubic and quintic splines," International Journal of Solids and Structures, vol.
The obtained components are, taking into consideration the shape (Figure 3), small frusta of cone elements.
O que frusta a realizacao dos direitos fundamentais sociais nao e a falta de recurso, mas a opcao politica de nao alocar verbas destinada as prestacoes relativas aquele direito, sendo o argumento da exaustacao orcamentaria utilizado para encobrir as escolhas tragicas, que na pratica sao decisoes politicas que excluiram a tutela de determinado direito.
Although frequently severe and associated with a high mortality rate of around 15%, also less severe forms known as "forme frusta" have been described [67, 68].
Ritorna, ad esempio, la memoria della festa di San Giovanni, che "oggi ha perduto, in parte, i suoi caratteri arcaici e meravigliosi", ma di cui si rammentano le lumache, "animale profeticamente barocco", a migliaia sulle tavole delle osterie, e l'aglio, brandito come una frusta e battuto durante i festeggiamenti sulla testa e le spalle dei compagni.
Ian Olney's "The Whip and the Body" traces a similar trajectory towards liberation in early European S&M cinema--for example Mario Bava's La Frusta e Il Corpo (The Whip and the Body) (1963), and Jess Franco's Sadomania: Holle der Lust (1980).