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ancient Italian deity in human shape, with horns, pointed ears and a goat's tail

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He talked about a warm spring afternoon, a shaft of sunlight, an empty studio, a languid young faun and a very young woman who later enters.
Thus, Lewis's first plan for his first Narnian tale included a faun, so this later appearance of a troop is not too surprising.
All of these articles demonstrated and emphasized that there could be an association with spinal cord anomalies, that dermatologists were the physicians that first diagnosed patients with faun tail, and that neurological and neurosurgical consultations were required in order to assess the presence of neurological deficit and give a neurological diagnosis.
In the light of the passing days, the faun is moved both by life's warmth and its transience, but the nights are illuminated by a colder light, cast by a moon which "sits eerily / Like a mad woman in the sky," a woman whose "flat hands .
When Hawthorne was working on The Marble Faun, Eliot's defense of Dutch art in Adam Bede (1859) helped to popularize this critical understanding (see Witemeyer).
Requests for several FAUN refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) along with either Zoeller or OTTO lifts were placed by local authorities and private contractors.
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Finally, the conclusion's identification of the poet as the faun revises the earlier poem's portrait of poetic creation as arising from negation.
The Scots actor is proud of his role as Mr Tumnus the faun - a half man, half goat creature - in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, even if his pals didn't enjoy the movie.
Seen here is the Trakker outfitted with the Faun Trackway roadway system--a portable aluminium solution that is designed to-provide temporary roads over soft, muddy, marshy, snowy, beach or desert terrain.
Yet another Welsh company Faun will be launching Trackway -- a heavy duty aluminium track, ideal for temporary roadways - into the Middle Eastern market during IDEX 2009.
Among the impressive characters created by Lewis and which came to life in Adamson's movie is Mr Tumnus, the faun (McAvoy), who befriends Lucy as soon as she finds herself in Narnia.
The House of the Faun is a passionate tale of forbidden love set within ancient Pompeii.