The result of Jonson's wording is that the first lyric to Celia seems to argue for a transcendent physical consummation of the kind celebrated in the "Epithalamium" from Secundus's Sylvae - an hour's pleasure that pulls against the inexorable flight of time: "Hora suauicula, & uoluptuosa, / Hora blanditiis, lepore, risu
, / Hora delitiis, iocis, susurris" (sig.
The best proof of Eumolpus' theatrical and sexual triumph is his laughter: 'hoc semel iterumque ingenti risu
, etiam suo, Eumolpus fecerat' (140.
Joyce's play is the whole mythical story of humanity and, as he insisted, it is a work of humor, full of jokes: "in risu
138: (18) Quis autem vel risu
dignum putet, quod Apollonium et Apuleium ceterosque magicarum artium peritissimos conferre Christo vel etiam praeferre conantur?
14 Petrarch is not above employing syllogizing, in deepest irony, of course; see ICM, III, 932: "Certe ego nunc risu
et verecundia impedior sillogismum tibi tuo parem mittere, quo probem te vilissime servum rei.
It is well understood within the security community that existing solutions, particularly those provided by the anti-vendors, fall appallingly short of providing comprehensive threat mitigation against increasingly sophisticated malware," said Risu
Na, Chief Technology Officer at Federated Networks.
According to Jossius Nicander, whose De Risu
et Fletu [On Laughter and Tears] was printed with Antonius Politianus' treatise on the same subject in 1603, Sardonian laughter results from the "opposition of contraries" [oppositoru(m) contrariu(m)qu(e)], a principle evident in Chapman's translation of the passage describing Hera's laugh at the beginning of Iliad 15 1603, 346-47).
The bottom line is that coding is a human process and humans make mistakes, which are very difficult to consistently and completely identify and rectify in software code bases that are constantly being modified," said Risu
Na, Chief Technology Officer of Federated Networks.
Estos versos (Sic mihi qui multum cessat, fit Chwrilus ille / Quem bisterque (sic) bonum cum risu
miror: et ipse (sic) / Indignor quandoque bonus dormitat Homerus) forman parte de la referencia que hace Horacio a los defectos que deben excusarse y a los que se consideran injustificables.
Sic nos diversa tendentes et in causa finali de proprietate soli immo viae herciscundae contendentes rapinis suis onusti coram deprehendunt ipsi latrones et ad lunae splendorem iam inde longius cognitos risu
maligno salutant (6.
Haec est inconstans, incerta, uolubilis, anceps, / Errans, instabilis, uaga, quae dum stare putatur, / Occidit, & falso mentitur gaudia risu
et quanquam capite in terram, immo ad ipsos inferos iam deiecto maestus incederem, obliquato tamen aspectu rem admirationis maximae conspicio: nam inter tot milla populi circumsedentis nemo prorsum, qui non risu
dirumperetur aderat (3) (Apuleius: III-II).