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egg-thickened veloute

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(42) In Vitoria's Commentaruim in Secundam Secundae (1535) there is a plethora of references to either Duns Scotus or nominalist authors such as William of Ockham, Gabriel Biel, Jacques Almain, and John Mair; and he is straightforward in demonstrating how often many of the ideas set forth by these authors are actually in harmony with Thomistic doctrine, or even the extent to which he prefers these over those of Aquinas.
(11) Editors since Steevens have typically glossed the word upspring with reference to The Tragedy of Alphonsus, Emperour of Germany (London, 1654; Wing C1952), attributed to George Chapman, in which Bohemia explains, 'We Germans have no changes in our dances, / An Almain and an upspring that is all' (F1r).
Curiosity drives Iris--Thompson's central protagonist from whose perspective events unfold--into Glen Almain. In a Gothic landscape of spectral haunting, a mythical beast, petrified forest, and labyrinthine castle, every other character is also haunted in some way by memory, guilt, or an emotionally tyrannous past.
I especially love the pages from Jacob Halder's Almain Armourer's Album, a sixteenth-century compendium of armor designs.
But historians of political thought have tended to focus rather more broadly on the role the work ascribes to notions of popular sovereignty in the resistance to tyranny and to situate it accordingly in the tradition of political thinking stemming from such late scholastic constitutionalists as John Mair and Jacques Almain and taken up later by such sixteenth-century "monarchomachs" as George Buchanan, Jean Boucher, and Williams Rainolds.
And dance coach, Maureen Wilkinson, was on hand to guide the pupils through Tudor dances such as Pavan, Galliards and Almain.
(101.) <<Las ensenanzas de Duns fueron potenciadas extraordinariamente en el siglo XV por Juan de Gerson, Jacobo Almain, Conrado de Summerhart y Gabriel Biel.
At the beginning of the sixteenth century, in the course of developing a theory of the respective jurisdictions of secular and religious authority that would enable political rulers to resist incursions by the Catholic Church, Sorbonne jurists John Mair and Jacques Almain gave more systemic and forceful voice to Gerson's conciliarist account of secular political authority.
An inquest was being concluded today at West Bromwich Town Hall in front of Black Country Coroner Robin B almain.
Ian Payne's book explores the almain in the context of the English measure and country dance, and as such draws attention to a significant aspect of the English cultural heritage.
Mr Stephen Kaye with team members Kim McKay, Claudia Almain, Michelle Moutray, Sharon Owen, and, right, Jean Hannah, the corneal retrieval nurse; Picture: MARTIN BIRCHALL; Bryn Heeley can enjoy family life and a career thanks to surgery