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(Roman mythology) a princess of Tyre who was the founder and queen of Carthage

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La principal fuente es la Eneida de Virgilio, pues el propio Ovidio retoma aspectos fundamentales del episodio en el Libro IV para recrear su version, la cual es complementaria, dado que puede insertarse in medias res a la historia de Dido y Eneas, previo al final del respectivo libro de la obra epica.
Oliver Ashford (James Norton), the handsome offspring of Lord and Lady Ashford (Alex Jennings, Miranda Richardson) is a potential love match for Elizabeth but he is more interested in Dido.
HeartWire has reported that "observed in-hospital mortality was significantly higher among patients with DIDO times greater than 30 minutes than among those with DIDO times less than 30 minutes (5.
Instead, Belinda, Dido's supportive confidante, sings the Sorceress's music, suddenly becoming evil and vindictive and directing her fellow students to bring Dido down so she can become "top girl.
Dido needs to be taught simple commands such as 'stay' and 'come'.
The buzz suggests ARR is set to come out with a glitzy music video featuring himself and Dido.
She says: "I was thrilled to get the call from Dido, whom I first got to know when we rode in races together a few years ago.
Sin embargo, desde este punto de vista, el excurso correspondiente a la historia de Dido podria alejarse de esta tendencia, pues parece haber sido creado en la direccion opuesta, vale decir, desde la poesia hacia la historia.
Reverent to the text and to the play's origins, this Dido expertly (and perhaps deliberately) delivered the production that critics had wanted the Globe's to be.
I then consider Dido as an emblem of love-induced madness and explore a link between her name and the nonsense words in bawdy ballads.
Like most baroque operas, the source is a classical legend, here the story of Dido and Aeneas from Virgil's "Aeneid.
SINGER Dido admits she once dreamed of playing football for Arsenal.
Coming to prominence after Eminem sampled a portion of "Thank You" for the chorus of "Stan" and the WB Network used her "Here with Me'" as the theme song for its "Roswell" series, Dido Armstrong (better known simply as Dido) proves she's no dodo when it comes to matters of the heart.
Although Dido is the album's guiding hand--in addition to writing and singing, she plays guitar, piano, some woodwinds, and some of the drums--an impressive supporting cast assists her.