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Synonyms for Gaius

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

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Critique: "Your Caius Aquilla" is a gem of a satirical novel a reveals author John Andrew Fredick's impressive flair for originality in creating memorable characters and an entertaining story that is an inherently fascination read from beginning to end.
Caius discovers her secrets despite her affected impenetrability, but the emperor's extreme voyeurism merely stands in for the reader's own persistent presence.
I am also grateful to the librarians of the Gonville and Caius College for the permission to examine MS 336/725.
Emanuel Caius Feldano's contention, I pointed out the police officers that the Sinhalese Police have failed to carry out a Tamil Magistrates order.
222 (194) and Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College 393 (455) suggests convincingly that the term <<textual families>> be used in relation to Ivo's work.
Additionally, Walker deftly handled his character's odd conclusion, where Caius actually marries the boy he was duped into believing was Anne Page.
The advocate, Caius Julius Caesar, was already well known in the Roman capital for his flowing and persuasive oratory and for having logged a string of successful prosecutions of corrupt governors.
Officially published in 2002, it was premiered at a recital at Gonville and Caius College in Cambridge last year and MacMillan, a Celtic season ticket holder, says it's now part and parcel of his repertoire.
The most dramatic and bizarre instance of the Cambridge preoccupation with Modernist geometrical and formal precedent is Harvey Court by Leslie Martin and Colin St John Wilson for Gonville and Caius College, just down the road from King's Garden Hostel, which is based on Saynatsalo.
EDUCATION: City of Leicester Boys' School; Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge, where he graduated with a 2:1 degree in French and German.
Menenius has therefore authorized a false or at least a questionable definition of who Caius Martius is.
As Dr John Casey of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, wrote in London's Daily Mail recently, `What is the use of apology without restitution for the wrong done?
The Caius and Lambeth choirbooks, the chief repositories of the music of Robert Fayrfax and Nicholas Ludford, are the most complete manuscripts of their type to have survived from the reign of Henry VIII.