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Book one, Gamers and Gods: AES (ISBN: 978-1503091627) covers the battle of Asklepios (Aes) against the Devourer of Millions (Am-heh).
Atkinson, 60, said: "I've been a devourer of the Maigret novels for many years and I 'm looking forward to playing such an intriguing character.
Consett-born comic Atkinson, who studied at Newcastle University, said: "I have been a devourer of the Maigret novels for many years and I'm very much looking forward to playing such an intriguing character, at work in Paris during a fascinating period in its history".
Carol Adams' pioneering work in the field of critical feminist-vegetarian/vegan studies has highlighted the semiotics of meat-eating, demonstrating meat's affiliations with patriarchy, virility and power (2010a, 2010b), and by extension, the cultural connotations of meat are bequeathed upon the devourer of flesh.
the hyena, hermaphroditic self-eating devourer of the dead, trailer of calving cows, hamstringer, potential biter-off of your face at night while you slept, sad yowler, camp-follower, stinking, fowl, with jaws that crack the bones that the lion leaves, belly dragging, loping away on the brown plain, looking back, mongrel dog-smart in the face; wack from the little Mannlicher and then the horrid circle starting.
This thinking is a culmination of his thinking in such mid-career works as The Prolific & The Devourer, "Against Romanticism," "Mimesis and Allegory," and the Didymus columns.
Fisi, the hyena, hermaphroditic, self-eating devourer of the dead, trailer of calving cows, ham-stnnger, potential biter-off of your face at night while you slept, sad yowler, campfollower, stinking, foul, with jaws that crack the bones the lion leaves, belly dragging, loping away on the brown plain, looking back, mongrel dog-smart in the face.
thoughtlessly, a devourer of lifeworks, this present only
Victorian controversialists disseminated the image of Romanism as a monstrous and sexually transgressive devourer of British national independence in tandem with the escalating debate over the Real Presence of the Eucharist, precisely the question of whether the Communion meal entails the actual consumption of the Body and Blood of Christ.
He lives in London and is an avid reader and devourer of music of all types.
On folio 17, the knight Tondal and his guardian angel observe the beast Acheron, devourer of the avaricious (Fig.
In fact, when characterizing the iconic regime in terms of the relationship between these two variables and the cannibal impulse, it is plausible to recur to two founding myths of the Greco-Christian culture, which seem to rule as dominant figures in the desiring machines of current capitalism: the myth of Cronos the devourer, and the myth of Satan, seen by Dante as the great Cannibal through whose belly all unredeemed sinners are to pass, those who today may be described as the excluded, the radically others, the inhabitants of the hell produced by the everyday life ruled by capital.
Devourer of covetous Generals, Incinerator of Armies & Melter of Wars
There it could be waylaid by scorching fires, poisonous snakes, wild animals and worst of all the Devourer - a demon with the head of a crocodile, the body of a lion and the hindquarters of a hippopotamus.
but from the point of view of the "bad savage," devourer of whites--the cannibal.
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