In a scene in which compassionate imagination takes on a distinctly self-sacrificial valence, Zoraida beseeches the fates to strike her down rather than take Mario, the primogenitor
of the Argiiellos family whose death would constitute the end of their family's lineage: "En nombre de lo que mas quieras pide que si es necesario que alguno muera, sea yo.
"The truth is, the 'as-told-to' lives (even that of the primogenitor
Nick Black Elk) are the margins of Indian history, not the center of it," scholar Elizabeth Cook-Lynn (Crow Creek Lakota) wrote in Anti-Indianism in Modern America.
The Walther was the primogenitor
of the Beretta 92.
, he said, then the single act introduced a custom.
Thoroddsen's 13-minute process video, "Yes You're Going to Burn," captures the torching of Primogenitor
, the alpha subject in the series.
No, the primogenitor
of the James Bond movie franchise.
It comes as no surprise then that Samsung has already announced an upgrade for its flagship and primogenitor
Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy S.
According to tradition, Hebron is the first place where Abraham purchased a piece of property in the Holy Land and it holds the Tomb of the Patriarchs which is a significant religious site to Muslims and Jews because they share the same primogenitor
. Settlers in Hebron believe that the land there was given to them by God and that it is essential for Jews to control the land for religious reasons.
First, there has been no agreement over the number of the original Yoruba princes upon whom the primogenitor
In fact, Fiennes traces the family roots to around 800 AD, to find that the primogenitor
of the family tree was Charlemagne's grandfather, Charles Martel, Fiennes's great-to-the-power-of-41 grandfather.
But by mapping where in the world a particular SNP is common among indigenous people, scientists can make a fairly good estimate of where its primogenitor