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Synonyms for Lucullus

Roman general famous for self-indulgence and giving lavish banquets (circa 110-57 BC)

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Ancak bu donemde basilan Lucullus portreli paralarla baclayan Roma doneminde, Bithynia bolgesi valisinin yazdigi mektuptan Sinop'ta cok sayida Hiristiyan'in yacadigi anlacilmaktadir (Tokgoz, 1973).
38 (citing the treaty as a primary source of conflict); LUCULLUS VIRGIL
The 1920s novel is often ascribed to the Okanogan writer Mourning Dove, with Lucullus Virgil McWhorter being listed as the editor, responsible for "notes and [a] biographical sketch" (Mourning Dove n.
A popular thickspeared variety is Connover's Colossal, but all male hybrids such as Franklim, Limbras, Lucullus and Cito, give higher yields with no energy wasted on seed production.
The antipasti list kicks off with mozzarella Lucullus, a baked starter of rosemary ham wrapped around housemade cheese, and works its way through carpaccio, bruschetta, slow-cooked calamari with capers and olives and several others to finish with salmon marinated in vinegar, olive oil and lemon.
With Brecht's Lucullus, Calico interrogates the role of the opera in the nation-building project of the young GDR (chapter 4).
Olmstead divides his life into six chronological chapters: "Family History," "Yale through the Cleveland Institute," "The European Period, 1925-1933," "The Decade 1936-1946," "The Trial of Lucullus through Montezuma," and "The Last Two Decades.
The Senate sent Lucullus to finish the 'war on terror' that Sulla and Murena had failed to complete, but he was hobbled by undisciplined, mutinous legions; Roman soldiers had to rely on looting for pay, while Mithradates always paid his multitudes in gold.
By a meticulous analysis ofthe composition process and the relevant dates, she shows that Dessau's modifications to the music of Lucullus after the first performance were made not in response to external political pressure but for artistic reasons, both musical and dramatic.
Como lo es la poesia/praxis: desde los yambos y espondeos pindaricos --a cuyo son se ejecutaban danzas olimpicas-- hasta radio dramas de Brecht como El proceso de Lucullus.
In 1927 Mourning Dove, aided by or interfered with by Lucullus Virgil McWhorter, published Cogewea, the Half-Blood: A Depiction of the Great Montana Cattle Range, a novel she had largely completed by 1916.
Cicero (106--43 BC) owned at least six villas (Fowler 1937:251), and the villa of the extremely wealthy Lucullus on the Bay of Naples was famous for its beautiful gardens (Littlewood 1987:10-11).
His reason for writing a Life of Lucullus is driven by patriotism (Cimon 2.
In Cicero's Academica, Lucullus, who derides the sceptical system of arguing both sides of a question, asks: '"Why do you conceal your own opinions as though they were something dishonourable?
While I have grown asparagus from seed, that takes fives years before the first harvest, it is better, although more expensive, to plant one-year-old male crowns of either Lucullus or Franklim in April after soaking them in water for an hour.