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Tristan:

see Tristram and IsoldeTristram and Isolde
, medieval romance. The earliest extant version (incomplete) was written (c.1185) by Thomas of Britain in Anglo-Norman French verse. About 1210, Gottfried von Strassburg wrote in German verse a version based on that of Thomas.
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Both Ed and Tristam recently completed the intensive Accelerator Programme, which is run by Aberdeen-based social enterprise Elevator.
He gave the speech in front of an audience that included education secretary Nicky Morgan, schools minister David Laws and shadow education secretary Tristam Hunt.
In the catering zone, which is also available, the foods provided have been selected in coopera- tion with Tristam Stuart.
One was by Tristam Burgess, an opponent of Jackson from Rhode Island.
In his novel, Tristam Shandy, Sterne authors "a tale of the sorrows of a friendless poor negro girl.
He identified certain antecedents of the Theatre of the Absurd as originating a long time ago, in the mimeplay of antiquity, as well as in some later descendants of the antiquity mimus such as the clown and court jester, in certain abstract scenic effects of commedia dell'arte, in the Elizabethan literature tradition of dream and fantasy, in the fooling, mad scenes and verbal nonsense in some Shakespearean plays, in the fantastic allegorical elements in Lewis Caroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland or Laurence Sterne's Tristam Shandy, in the language of verbal nonsense of Edward Lear's limericks, or even in the more recent music-hall tradition, that all clearly constitute, in his opinion, antecedents of this postmodern dramatic genre (Esslin, 230).
Los shandys--referencia a la famosa novela Tristam Shandy (1759-67), de Lawrence Sterne, y acronimo de "Si Hablas Alto Nunca Digas Yo"--son, conforme al relato de Vila-Matas, un grupo de artistas y escritores europeos o residentes en Europa, reales o imaginarios, que comparten una voluntad de ruptura y la concepcion de la escritura y el arte como una actividad ludica.
The guest speaker was Tristam Kaye AMIMechE, the operations manager for the Antarctic expedition the Coldest Journey.
Laurence Sterne's Tristam Shandy, for instance, published in 9 volumes (1760-1767), includes in Volume 3 the famous "marbled page.
Argentine aircraft attacked the two landing ships logistic Sir Galahad and Sir Tristam, which were carrying ammunition, vehicles, supplies, and soldiers of the Welsh Guards and medical personnel of 16 Field Ambulance.
STANLEY HAUERWAS, Not All Peace is Peace: Why Christians Cannot Make Peace with Tristam Englelhardt's Peace, in WILDERNESS WANDERINGS: PROBING TWENTIETH-CENTURY THEOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY 115 (1997).
drunk and rambling, and one of them was pushed over by her friend, Tristam Locke.