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Synonyms for Gaius

Roman Emperor who succeeded Tiberius and whose uncontrolled passions resulted in manifest insanity

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In a statement, the Italian firm said, 'UniCredit has filed a complaint against Caius Capital and the Caius funds in the Court of Milan seeking compensation of damages in the amount of approximately EUR90m.'
A notice announcing the death of Professor Stephen Hawking outside Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge after the death of the British scientist, below YUI MOK
Thinking fast, Caius throws himself upon the general (who, in attempting to swat away the mad, deadly insects, has fallen from his horse), thus sparing the superior officer a possible fatal fate.
Throughout the text, Webster juxtaposes the two diametrically opposed viewpoints--Aeonia's snobbish antitheatricality and Caius's lavish theatricality--to create a dialogue between them.
Lydgate and Burgh's poem also appears with the same rubric in Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College, MS 336/725.
Complicating matters is the desire of Mistress Page to have her daughter Anne marry a French physician, Doctor Caius (Joe Faifer), while Master Page would prefer Anne to marry Slender (Wesley Tilford), a cousin to the elderly Justice Shallow (Bill Taylor).
Caius Radu, an associate professor of molecular and medical pharmacology at UCLA, and Dr.
Underwear goes flying across the stage, Falstaff bares all in his quest for money and Bart David Soroczynski shines as the heavily accented, sword-waving French physician Dr Caius.
Emanuel Caius Feldano, who is also the President of the Mannar Bar Association appeared under the headline
Roman soldiers at the fort in Holyhead: Lance Prince or 'Caius'', left with Cellan Harston or 'Thrax''
Ralph Fiennes' film adaptation of Coriolanus, now out on DVD, marries Shakespeare's dialogue to a 21st-century setting to retell the story of the Roman general Caius Marcius, nicknamed Coriolanus for his valor during a siege of the city of Corioli.
Assistant Head of Content and graduate of Gonville and Caius College CAMBRIDGE end-ofterm balls are all about getting drunk, getting it on with the girl or boy you fancy and jumping in the River Cam.
CORIOLANUS (15)CAST: Ralph Fiennes, Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave, Jessica Chastain, Brian Cox PLOT: Based on a little-performed Shakespearean play, Fiennes makes his directorial debut and casts himself in the title role as soldier Caius Martius.
RALPH Fiennes makes a startlingly fine directorial debut with this arresting Shakespearean tragedy, also starring as the fearsome Roman general Caius Martius Coriolanus.
Caius (Frederic Beaudoin), Alice Ford (Tracy Cantin), Bardolfo and Pistola (Michael Marino and Michael Uloth), Meg (Erin Lawson), Nanetta and Fenton (Lisa Di-Maria and Graham Thomson) all made commendable contributions to a nonstop evening of operatic delights.