notabilia

notabilia

(ˌnəʊtəˈbɪlɪə)
pl n
things worthy of notice
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Instead, for over a century most readers of DNR--and there were conspicuously many--approached it, as they approached ancient sources in general, primarily as a corrupt text in need of emendation, as a lesson in unfamiliar vocabulary, as a stylistic model, and as a treasury of moral sententiae and of notabilia about the ancient world.
601, 620 (1972); Robert Wyness Millar, Notabilia of American Civil Procedure 1887-1937, 50 HARV.
Pure qui si rintracciano, inoltre, le 'modalita di postillatura seguite dall'umanista' nel corso del codice gia rintracciate da Daneloni: esse sono riconducibili alla prassi di registrare i notabilia organizzandoli su due colonne, di cui 'quella piu esterna accoglie postille che evidenziano vocaboli o argomenti interessanti, mentre quella piu interna, piu vicina al testo, e riservata ai nomi degli autori', (66) puntualmente, nel nostro caso, nella colonna a ridosso del testo di Polluce e messo in evidenza il nome [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Les textes "diclascaliques" ("Introductions a la philosophie" et "Guides de feiudiam") de la Faculte des arts de Paris au XIIIe siecle: notabilia et status quaestionis.
Seguono due appendici di approfondimento, che trattano rispettivamente la questione dell'erronea patria fiorentina di Claudiano e la paternita boccacciana di notabilia, maniculae, disegni presenti nel codice Laurenziano 66, 1, messa in discussione da Giuseppe Billanovich in un articolo del 1994 (Zanobi da Strada esploratore di biblioteche e rinnovatore di studi; I: Zanobi da Strada tra i tesori di Montecassino, "Studi petrarcheschi" 9 (1994): 183-99).
8082, rich in notabilia and glosses of that exceptional reader.
His notes may be divided into notabilia and brief indications of the argument; explanations of the poetic texts in hand, including identifications of persons and places and so on; and notes of a purely philological character.
L'ordre politique appartient egalement aux notabilia, et a l'inverse, la relation du voyage diplomatique contribuera a l'epanouissement du genre meme du recit de voyage.
By page 31, the diary and papers have brought us to the mid-1930s, when the notabilia include three Guggenheim Fellowships, some freelance work in movies, and the compositions Blue Steel, Dismal Swamp, Lenox Avenue, and others.
Over the next few days Akalaitis packed away 20 months' worth of notabilia, issued a polite but unequivocal statement to the press, talked with characteristic frankness to friends and colleagues about how and why she was fired, then flew to Spain on April 5 for a visit with her daughter.
Five indices offer access to readers looking for particular things: two of lemmata, arranged by verse and alphabetically, with others of names and notabilia, sources and loci similes, and manuscripts and annotated books.