rustication


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the condition naturally attaching to life in the country

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the construction of masonry or brickwork in a rustic manner

the action of retiring to and living in the country

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banishment into the country

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The syndicate, which was scheduled to meet in the first week of November, will review the expulsion and rustication awarded to 42 students for various disciplinary violations during the clash between two student groups in May.
The materiality of the book was also tackled by Mariaconcetta Constantini (D'Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy), who pursued the question of authenticity of archival manuscripts (and their role in (re)interpreting the past) in relation to Dan Simmons's Drood (2009) and Charles Palliser's Rustication (2014).
Nelsestuen (Assistant Professor of Classics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison) persuasively argues that far from simply being just another encyclopedic entry of a seemingly aloof antiquarian or offering an escapist's retreat into rustication, Varro's De Re Rustica uses the model of the farm to craft an implicitly political treatise that grapples with multifarious challenges facing the contemporary Roman world.
The main phenomenon which led to changes in the socio-economical structure of the Romanian cities is the urban rustication, the lack of facilities in many small cities, the lack of industrialization.
Supply of galvanized steel elements, such as construction drawings, including galvanizing strong, including any rustication,- Provision of fitting in stainless steel AISI 304 stainless existing channel between the cockpit and, as manufacturing drawings.
In April 1985, he was released for rustication in his home village
China's Sent-Down Generation: Public Administration and the Legacies of Mao's Rustication Program offers a detailed, in-depth analysis of Mao's program, which resettled some 17 million urban youths to the countryside for reeducation, and is a 'must' for any collection strong in Chinese history and social development.
China's Sent-Down Generation: Public Administration and the Legacies of Mao's Rustication Program is a pick for Chinese history and social issues collections alike, and provides a fine analysis of the public administration involved in China's sent-down program of the late 1960s and 70s, the hallmark of the Cultural Revolution.
The emphasis is no longer on initial "acquisition" of satellites followed by long rustication ill they "spiral to Earth" but on day to day monitoring with the highest possible precision.
China's sent-down generation; public administration and the legacies of Mao's rustication program.
Whereas the well-connected northerner Virgil sings of the Italian countryside from his home in the culturally still very Greek city of Naples, (6) the ostracized Russian solitary in his Bessarabian rustication sings "northern" songs--poetry that seeks its home audience in St.
Court allows underage-but-married Pak 7th grader to attend school following rustication |World[Peshawar {Peshawar, Dec 3 (ANI): The Peshawar High Court (PHC) has granted permission to a grade seven student for taking classes in the school that had rusticated him for getting married despite being underage.
The sense of asymmetry and height are further emphasized by the continuation of the rustication of the lower floors up into the fourth floor of the western pavilion, giving it a tower-like appearance.
Persecuted for her urban intellectual upbringing, Wang was "sent down" to the countryside for a lengthy period of time with other urban youth during the Rustication Movement of the 1970s.
After completion of the rustication period they would be allowed to study with the batch of 2010-11 students.