SICLE


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SICLESelf Imposed Child Loss Experience (anti-abortion blog)
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But the crowds that had turned up for the Fin de Sicle night meant we had slipped through the safety net.
The next section, 'Au sicle des Lumieres: Sappho et la mondanite', shows how Fontenelle's portrayal of Sappho in his Dialogues des morts (1683) as a 'mondaine qui devisait sur les rapports des sexes' (p.
Dolan, Claire, dir., Entre justice et justiciables: les auxiliaires de la justice du moyen age au XXe sicle, Quebec, Presses de l'Universite Laval, 2005.
L'attitude des soldats qui tirent sur les communards evoque une autre sicle de tableaux que Manet a consacree en 1867 a l'Execution de Maximilien.
It had, in truth, a rather fin de sicle air to it - much as the demise of a man once thought of as a future Labour leader provides an apt metaphor for his party's decline and fall.
(17.) My reading of gencives violettes brings to mind vagina dentata derived from the myth of Kronos who hid in his mother's vagina to castrate his father using a sharp-toothed sicle. In the context of Bottom, the rejection by the desired female object castrates the desiring male subject.