Gongora


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a Spanish poet whose work was characterized by an affected elegance of style (1561-1627)

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No deja de ser curioso, sin embargo, que al comentar el atavio de los aztecas en traje plumado, lo ilustre con un pasaje--a modo de autoridad--de su pariente y "primogenito de Apolo", don Luis de Gongora, que habia escrito en la Soledad segunda "al de plumas vestido mexicano".
Mario Gongora, associate director of the Centre for Computational Intelligence at De Montfort University, will speak as part of a keynote discussion panel on "The Airport of the Future.
Santaella J, Ocampo CB, Saravia NG, Mendez F, Gongora R, Gomez MA, et al.
Carlos Gongora, who heads the opposition rightist Movimiento Libertario (ML) bloc in the Asamblea and who also took part in the march, warned about what he described as Costa Rica's "double discourse to the world.
We will not stand idly by while the EU abandons Spanish fruit and vegetable farmers to their fate while allowing the uncontrolled entry of Moroccan produce grown at starvation wages," COAG spokesman Andres Gongora said.
Maryland) noticed the lack of any modern English translation of shorter poems by Spanish poet Luis de Gongora y Argote (1561-1627), and her colleagues expressed frustration with not having one.
One of the principle Spanish poets of Renaissance era (1561-1627), Luis de Gongora y Argote came from Cordoba nobility and although originally intended for a career in the law, gave up his university enrollment in 1580 to write poetry in between card games.
Jaime Gongora, an expert in avian genetics, the University of Sydney, said: "It's a breakthrough.
The two new justices will replace Mariano Azuela Guitron and Genaro Gongora Pimentel, who completed their terms.
Hemingway, Gongora and the Concept of Nada" Notes on Contemporary Literature 38.
Lope de Vega, the most prolific writer of the Spanish stage, famously referred to his plays as "comic monsters" in his New Art of Writing Comedies (1607), while Luis de Gongora, the quintessential Baroque poet, found in the figure of the one-eyed giant Polyphemus a fitting emblem for his convoluted style in the Fable of Polyphemus and Galatea (1611).
Winger Steven Gongora hit back at the quarter way mark but Williams - who played the opening two matches at centre - made it 14-6 with his second touchdown.
Winger Steven Gongora hit back at the quarter way mark but Rhys Williams - who played the opening two matches at centre - made it 14-6 with his second touchdown.
Pictured from the left are Joel Goren of BNY Mellon, Steinberg, winning student Nadine Goldberg, Michael Gongora, Bruce Reich, Sen.