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        LC Classifications1974
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        Paginationxvi, 75 p. :
        Number of Pages76
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SKIAPOD Greek, "shadow-foot"; plural s kiapodes : Also called monopods, these one-legged humanoids appears in ancient Greco-Roman writings such as Pliny's Natural History, Aristophanes The Birds, Ctesias's India, and Philostratus' Life of Apollonius of Tynna. Colour Terms In Greek Poetry (9780888665195): Irwin, Eleanor: Books

For foils, she points to the way Gandalf contrasts with the Balrog in Moria. 7; compare Luria, note 10 ad loc. The octave has two quatrains rhyming abba, abba, the first of which presents the theme, the second further develops it.

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The Use of Colors in Poetry

SHIBBOLETH: Among linguists, the term refers to any language use that distinguishes between one "in"-group and another "out"-group. See for extended discussion, or that contrasts spondees with other types of poetic feet. The adjective "admoni" describes a reddish-brown complexion Gen. SPECIALIZATION : A semantic change restricting the referents of a word--i.

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