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Herbert

1. Edward, 1st Baron Herbert of Cherbury. 1583--1648, English philosopher and poet, noted for his deistic views
2. his brother, George. 1593--1633, English Metaphysical poet. His chief work is The Temple: Sacred Poems and Private Ejaculations (1633)
3. Zbigniew , 1924--98, Polish poet and dramatist, noted esp for his dramatic monologues
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Appendix A supports the claim that Magdalen Herbert was adept at bringing diversity together by printing a list of 162 guests at her table compiled from Kitchin Booke entries by herself and by steward John Gorse.
In chapter 5, Powers-Beck suggests that in their respective writings, George and Edward Herbert reveal "two distinct voices .
As this summary suggests, Powers-Beck's diverse material necessarily leads in many directions, yet he manages to hold it together by focusing on possible exchanges of influence within the Herbert family, especially influences evident in the writing of George Herbert.
Due to the increasing internationalization of its customer base, Herberts began expanding its presence in the Americas and Asia a few years ago.
We consider the Herberts growth strategy to be an excellent foundation for value enhancement," stated Scott Stuart, a general partner of KKR.
Together with KKR, we can continue to resolutely pursue our growth and globalization strategy," said Herberts CEO Jurgen Ritz.
Herbert did not appear at Monday night's selectmen's meeting, but the owner of the Newfoundland did speak there.
Herbert are very upset about the ferociousness of the attacks.
Both the Tantinarawat and Herbert families will be notified of the hearing.
A conspicuous feature in the writings of both Herbert and Sibbes is intimacy with God, but though there is real mutuality these Calvinists insist that God is always first.
What the puritan writer describes in the third person, Herbert speaks of in the first-person singular, so often used in the Psalms.
Another Herbert poem, "Assurance," similarly asserts the priority of God in the human-divine relationship, here presented in terms of a covenant (11):