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olid

(ˈɒlɪd)
adj
foul-smelling
[C17: from Latin olidus, from olēre to smell]
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This new study by Eduardo Olid Guerrero explores the different aspects of disguise in the collection of short stories Novelas ejemplares by Miguel de Cervantes, contributing to the field of Cervantine studies with an innovative approach, providing significant possibilities of interpretation through the analysis of theatrical resources interspersed in Cervantes's narrative, specifically the use of factual and metaphorical disguise and masks, to conceal problematic aspects of Spanish society in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Olid Guerrero's study consists of an introduction, six chapters in which he discusses the "construccion teatral" (17) of two novellas in each chapter, and a conclusion.
Now that pivotal moment for Olid has inspired a song -- written, performed and recorded by professionals.
It outlined the possible move of general, trauma and orthopaedic surgery to Heartlands and Solihull Hospitals, and switching orthopaedic and ophthalmology units to Solihull, with all emergency and paediatric surgery based at nd orthoto olid Heartlands.
Santander was referring to Gionna Marie Geolina, 36, and Maria Roselyn Olid, 40, who were arrested last Friday.
Sculptor Olid Garcia, who creates female shapes by molding, twisting and carving pieces of clay.
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Richard, Duke of Gloucester's opening words in Shakespeare's Richard III: Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this sun (sic) of York, reveals olid jealousy to dethrone his brother Henry.
Balance at full draw is olid, and the bow locks onto the target.