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ramada

1. In Spanish architecture and derivatives, a rustic arbor or similar structure.
2. An open porch.
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If, as Kuefler claims, Adamar reworked Odo's original vita sometime in the 1020s, then the majority of Gerald s biography reflects the viewpoints of a man writing a century later than previously assumed.
In Chapter 3, Kuefler discusses the difficulties Adamar faced in presenting a layman as a saint.
Kuefler proposes that the vita, and in particular Adamars focus on violence, provides insights into the early eleventh-century struggle among 'local landowners and warlords', men who were increasingly competing 'with each other for greater wealth and status' and also the ways that the primary victims of this violence--the churchmen and the peasants--dealt with this disorder.
"It was a well-attended fine art exhibition," said Tamar Erdberg of Adamar Fine Arts of Miami.