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Synonyms for Schefflera

large genus of shrubby and climbing tropical plants having showy digitately compound foliage

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The dangerous, mature woman, Helen, is also called an agalma, and when she went to Troy, she too threw a soft dart from her eyes, but Helen's gaze was not ineffectual (Ag.
Como ya lo habiamos senalado, Alcibiades no busca eso, sino el agalma que el vio en el interior de su maestro.
The physonect siphonophores Athorybia rosacea and Agalma okeni are mostly transparent, but they have pigmented regions that mimic copepods and larval fish and are apparently used as lures (Purcell, 1980).
En el celebre texto de Karoly Kerenyi se recuerda que tres modos para definir imagen en griego son: eidolon, acaso equivalente a 'estatua'; eikon, que podria traducirse como 'simulacro'; y agalma.
The Agalma kiosk, which has been on its present site for 23 years without a licence, was due to be demolished along with two others, but the owner has not complied, threatening to stall the whole operation.
Slavoj Zizek argues that true love only emerges when the fantasy-image that sustains the courtly love relationship has been destroyed: he writes, "I am truly in love not when I am simply fascinated by the agalma in the other, but when I experience the other, the object of love, as frail and lost, as lacking 'it,' and my love nonetheless survives this loss" (104).
255-7) For I myself gave these clothes to him, of the kind that you mention, after taking them out of the storeroom and folding them; and I also put the shining pin on that man, to be an agalma.
In terms of clinical practice, Socrates behaves like the analyst to the extent that he knows he does not contain the precious agalma Alcibiades seeks.
3]) Especies/Cruceros Caribe 1 Caribe II febrero marzo Agalma okeni Eschscholtz, 1825 0.
To the object of his desire, to that of Alcibiades, which is agalma, the good object.
In his seminar on transference (the eighth in a row, from the school year 1960-61 and published in 1991), Lacan took recourse to the Symposium, in order to single out there the object as agalma (cf.
He not only willingly offers to forgo the dowry in his desire for marriage (308), but he describes the girl as an agalma (677), that is, a precious object or top-rank exchange good such as circulated among the aristocracy.