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glave

[′glä·və]
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Setting up a cistern takes ten more pages, not all of them nearly as amusing as Glave obviously hopes.
Glave quotes Gal 3:28 as a biblical basis for her BELT.
By Jay Rosan, DO, Raymond Fabius, MD, Sharon Glave Frazee, PhD, and Nic Fonseca
Delany; political activist and poet Cheryl Clark; Staceyann Chin of Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam; essayist Thomas Glave, author of Words to Our Now: Imagination and Dissent (University of Minnesota Press, 2005),which won the 2006 Lambda Literary Award for Nonfiction; Sharon Bridgeforth, a playwright and poet; and Alexis De Veaux, the author of Warrior Poet: A Biography on Audre Lorde (W.
The actor is newcomer James Howson but before his adult anti-hero makes an appearance - returning after some years' absence to Catherine (Skins actress Kaya Scodelario) - we've committed totally to Solomon Glave and Shannon Beer who give raw, moving performances as the characters'' younger selves.
Throughout Words to Our Now, Glave hammers at the insanity of homophobia in Jamaica and elsewhere, which he sees as fueling gay self-hatred.
His fiction will be included in the anthology Contemporary Caribbean LGBT Writing, edited by Thomas Glave.
Like the other anthologies, Saint's anthologies mixed established poets with newcomers, including some, like Thomas Glave and Bil Wright, who would later go on to establish careers in fiction.
Authors of the study published in the American Journal of Managed Care include: Bruce Sherman, MD, FCCP, FACOEM, director, health and productivity management, Employers Health Coalition of Ohio; and Take Care Health Systems' colleagues Sharon Glave Frazee, PhD, vice president of health research; Raymond Fabius, MD, CPE, FACPE, strategic advisor to the president; Rochelle Broome, MD FAAFP, regional medical director; James Manfred, RPh, vice president, pharmacy services; and Jeffery Davis, MBA, health informatics analyst.
The profile of writer Thomas Glave offers searing insight into a black gay man who insists on telling "stories that often get buried.
Words to Our Now: Imagination and Dissent * by Thomas Glave (University of Minnesota Press, $25.