haeres


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haeres

(ˈhɪəriːz)
n, pl haeredes (hɪˈriːdiːz)
(Law) a variant spelling of heres
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cash, shares, pension etc and land or buildings), is claimed for the Crown by the Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer (QLTR) as ultimus haeres (last heir).
Such estates are normally brought to the attention of the QLTR by the National Ultimus Haeres Unit (NUHU), Glasgow.
La Sorciere de Rome was completed in 1969 and published in 1973, while through the 1970s Frenaud wrote some shorter texts, almost fragments: the "Ex-voto en Italie" (1979, dedicated to Giorgio Caproni), which he grouped with another text in verse ("elephant et marche aux poissons a Catane," 1969) and two older prose texts ("A propos de Mantegna," 1947, and "Cette nuit-la a Florence," 1935-1950) in Haeres, extending the title "Ex-voto en halle" to the whole group of poems and prose pieces on haly.
all the characters in the painting, for instance, seem to act in one way and think in another, either by disregarding what they know or by dissimulation, Frenaud says (Haeres 61).
cash, shares, pension etc and land or buildings), is claimed for the Crown by the Queen'sQueen' and Lord Treasurer'seasurer' 'seasurer' Remembrancer (QLTR)QL as ultimus haeres (last heir).
If, then, both earlier texts, such as those of Les Rois Mages, Il n'y a pas de paradis, or L'etape dans la clairiere, and the later volumes Haeres and Nul ne s'egare, have particular and pressing claims to fame - and many fine critics such as Munier, Bonnefoy, Clancier, Little, Broome, and Debreuille have been fascinated by Andre Frenaud's work - La Sorciere de Rome has been the collection to which the poet himself has devoted the most reflection, the most self-analysis, the most ongoing microscopic scrutiny.