progenitrix

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progenitrix

n (form)Vorfahrin f, → Ahne f
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As Ray notes, Sforza is thus not only the progenitrix of the Medici dukes, but also their long engagement with medicine and alchemy.
The apparition of the mother interpolates Elias' pain with that of the labor of a progenitrix. Hence, the dual meaning of the narrative scar in this instance: on one hand, the revelation of the true meaning of the pain as the eminent birth of a nation that will be celebrated by ancestors and martyrs; on the other, Elias's resilience as part of the process leading to knowledge of and action against Apartheid.
Influenced by this tale of a boy saved by a she-wolf who became his mate and the progenitrix of the Turk people, they interpreted the limbs carved on the monument as part of "an oddly but clearly depicted human figure" under the wolf's torso.
Following the prophet Jeremiah, who raised Rachel into a symbol of exile and redemption, the author of Ruth also seems to have raised Rachel to Leah's coequal as progenitrix of the nation.
In the classic Heian period, the court would travel to Ise to visit the shrine to the Sun Goddess and imperial progenitrix Amaterasu.
Indonesia would test the ingenuity of any writer who attempted to include it in a history of the Malays, whether or not in a deconstructionist mold, for only the elusive Srivijaya (progenitrix of Melaka?) and, in later times the Sultanates of the east coast of Sumatra, qualify manifestly for inclusion.
(1) The Pararaton tells us that Ken Arok's career began with his murder of Tunggal Ametung, ruler of the district of Tumapel, which was followed by the taking of Ametung's queen, Ken Dedes, as his wife, as much for her legendary beauty as for having caught sight of the 'glow of her loins' and so learning that she was destined to be the progenitrix of a long line of Javanese kings.
my progenitrix name bears the substance, in obsolescence fading from
Physically, the Queen of Perelandra manifests the perpetual novelty of Maleldil's creative activity: she possesses human form, though as Ransom soon realizes, she is the progenitrix of a new and independent species.
As with Marianne's progenitrix, however, motherhood is the one sphere of activity granted Carmen by her cultural context in which she may still wield some authority.(6) Caught within a maternal function that both gives her authority and takes it away, Carmen experiences a conflict of identity that is inherently sado-masochistic, in which she is simultaneously placed by her society in the positions of false master and real slave.
In 969, with the rest of North Africa already under his sway, the Fatimid caliph--so-called for his claimed descent from the Prophet Muhammad's daughter, the progenitrix of Ja'far al-Sadiq's line of Imams--conquered Egypt and built Cairo as his capital.
The Triumph of Fortitude further invites us to understand Haywood as an early progenitrix of all those who reject the dream that heterosexual marriage will one day incorporate autonomous maternal authority, and who choose instead to dream of maternal empowerment through female community.