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denoting or characteristic of countries of Europe and the western hemisphere


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This parable, in its ridiculous exuberance, not only exposes the dark subtext in the comparisons of Pompilia to an Hesperian apple, but also pinpoints the problem with organic metaphors--that they declare that nature, the soul, and God all support the commands of those in power:
According to the scientists, the river might have been formed by water in the Hesperian period between 3.
The structures were formed long after it was originally carved by liquid water during the Hesperian period, which is believed to have ended between 3.
Address: South Lakeshore Road and Hesperian Way, Chelan
12) The time of day, the mutual observation, the recognition, and the change of mood created by the remark "I rode home in the dark" recalls Marais' writings on Hesperian (evening) depression in The soul of the ape (Marais, 2002).
Basil Archer, Interpreting Occupied Japan: The Diary of an Australian Soldier, 1945-1946, edited and with an introduction by Sandra Wilson, Hesperian Press, Victoria Park, WA, 2009.
Southcombe, To Call Our Own: Pioneering the Group Settlements, Carlisle, WA Hesperian Press, 1988, p.
Noone had expected to find evidence of a warm, wet climate capable of sustaining surface water on Mars during this period of the planet's history, known as the Hesperian Epoch.
Silvia would have told you this reasonable story, but you remember that cairns are roadside tombs, the oldest markers; you are convinced that Polyphemus put them there, or some more benevolent Hesperian cousin of the stony giant.
Before this letter, in fact, he had written several poems using vaguely Hesperian imagery and one that is more explicit: "I would follow, follow / Hesperus the bright, / To seek beyond the western wave / His garden of delight" (Collected Poems [CP] 217-18 ["Hesperus"]).
The Hesperian Foundation has just released 'Un libro para parteras,' the Spanish translation of the revised and expanded edition of 'A Book for Midwives', by Susan Klein, Suellen Miller and Fiona Thomson.
As Kauffman puts it, "As romantic as prairie schooners and the Hesperian exodus to the fruited plain may be, the real honor resides with those who stayed put.
Produced with the help of over 40 groups of disabled women in 27 countries, the Hesperian Foundation's upcoming publication, A Health Manual for Women with Disabilities, will enable women with disabilities to better care for their health and to work with others for greater inclusion in health care systems and community life.
Safe had been the apple orchards of the Hesperian king, but one tree held unbounded wealth (242).
HIV Health and Your Community: A Guide for Action, Berkley, The Hesperian Foundation, 2001.