timon


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timon

(ˈtaɪmən)
n
(Nautical Terms) obsolete an apparatus by which a vessel is steered; a helm
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This giving is flat usurpation, and therefore when the beneficiary is ungrateful, as all beneficiaries hate all Timons, not at all considering the value of the gift but looking back to the greater store it was taken from,--I rather sympathize with the beneficiary than with the anger of my lord Timon.
Such men, in other men's calamities, are, as it were, in season, and are ever on the loading part: not so good as the dogs, that licked Lazarus' sores; but like flies, that are still buzzing upon any thing that is raw; misanthropi, that make it their practice, to bring men to the bough, and yet never a tree for the purpose in their gardens, as Timon had.
Wopsle's hands, became Timon of Athens; the beadle, Coriolanus.
Titus Andronicus; Romeo and Juliet; Julius Caesar; Hamlet; King Lear; Macbeth; Timon of Athens; Antony and Cleopatra; Coriolanus.
Dr Timon Grau will join Linklaters employment practice as a partner in March.
Confirming the accident, Nyandarua North OCPD Timon Odingo said the driver lost control of the vehicle.
In the first-class section, Timon said he "politely" touched the woman on her back to get her attention to order a drink.
Other animals are played by Seth Rogen who takes on the role of warthog Pumbaa, and Billy Eichner who makes up the other half of the duo, meerkat Timon.
Comedians Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen will play the funny duo of Timon and Pumba, respectively.
He told us that Reverend Timon el-Suryani was waiting for us outside the ancient church and would take us on a tour inside the monastery.
Timon is a wild party girl (another twist on the male-led original) with an open house and non-stop gifts for the venal demi-monde she calls her friends.
La causa era el GC32 Racing Tour de Vela, donde compite al timon del catamaran Malizia.