Cyprian Norwid's poem Ogolniki opens the Vade-mecum
cycle, the most important volume of his poetic works and the milestone in modern Polish diction.
The group is also expected to produce a vade-mecum
of best and worst practices, based on a impact assessment report produced by the Andalucian school of public health.
Thus, Joseph reads Defoe's Roxana with the official records of the rape of an unnamed Indian woman in Madras, Holwell's famous account of the 'Black Hole' of Calcutta incident against Phebe Gibbes's Hartley House, Williamson's East India Vade-Mecum
with Mrs Monkland's novel Life in India.
Attractively designed with one of the poet's watercolors and his last self-portrait gracing its covers, the book features many of Norwid's most famous poems including a healthy sampling of lyrics taken from the poet's major opus Vade-mecum
As an introduction to the scope of the debate and an invaluable student vade-mecum
the volume has an assured future.
And those who come, gold or grey, straight or gay, wise or otherwise, as the years have made or unmade them, paying their entrance money, are entitled to expect to find something to pleasure them between the covers of this bedchamber vade-mecum
Auden, Ted Hughes, Geoffrey Hill (and including Hemingway as a prose stylist), comprise a critical vade-mecum
of modern poetry.
At the end of July, the European Commission failed to submit its evaluation report on personnel requirements, as had been agreed as part of the 1996 Budget discharge, and Mr Bourlanges is unhappy with the vade-mecum
on the Technical Assistance Offices, which was approved by the Commission in June.
Summary:On June 23, the European Commission approved a vade-mecum
outlining the principles governing recourse to Technical Assistance Offices (TAOs).
The lyric poem, or parts of it, then becomes a vade-mecum
for survival in life.