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His sequence Ducet huius cunctis horis, written for the Feast of the Visitation (he got it into the church calendar in 1386), was eventually to be used throughout Central Europe and even in Italy.
The gold in it is reflected in the flowers planted around - cupressus goldcrest, daffodil, golden ducet and carex evergold.
It is the only way we get to see each other so tonight we go off to Ducet, a Thai restaurant in Edinburgh.
Renaud Ducet's sure-handed stage direction yielded a refreshing naturalness of interaction between the characters that kept their purposes and relationships crystal clear.
In some passages of Roman comedy it is actually stated that marriage is required by the laws (e.g., Andria 780-1, `coactus legibus earn uxorem ducet'); but that is puzzling, since there is no other evidence for such laws in either Athens or Rome.
133 Cf.: "Dices: putet aliquis capi posse Hircocervum, hoc posito ibit venatum; feret secure retia, ducet canes, et adhibebit media ad capiendum Hircocervum; ergo habebit cognitionem dirigentem ad capturam hircocervi: captura Hircocervi est aliquid impossibile: ergo habebit cognitionem dirigentem ad impossibile"; ibid., (p.
Groove to Cajun and roots music when The Subdudes and BeauSoleil avec Michael Ducet share a concert bill at two locations this weekend: first at the Elgin Community College's Blizzard Theatre, 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin, (847) 622-0300 or elgin.edu/arts, $32-$49; then on Sunday at the Al Larson Prairie Center for the Arts, 201 Schaumburg Court, Schaumburg, (847) 895-360O or prairiecenter.org, $36 adults, $34 seniors and students.
Canseco has partnered with MyFanLine.com, the service that racks up the ducets through direct calls to Jose.