Manduce

Manduce

idol worshiped by the Gastrolaters. [Fr. Lit.: Pantagruel]
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Yet again APOEL will be without a number of key players (Aloneftis, Manduce, Carlao, Vinicius) but they should have Tomas de Vincenti back in their line-up after he served his one-match suspension.
In the satiric Gargantua and Pantagruel (4:58-59), Francois Rabelais fuses with Greek allusions precisely this same passage from Philippians 3 in order to describe the Gastrolators "whose God is their belly" and Manduce, their idol of Gluttony: "a monstrous, ridiculous, hideous figure, fit to fright little children; its eyes were bigger than its belly, and its head larger than all the rest of its body.