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Froward

 

a cape on the Brunswick Peninsula of Chile, on the Strait of Magellan. Its coordinates are 53° 54’ S lat. and 71° 18’ W long. Froward Cape is the southernmost point of the continent of South America (Cape Horn is part of an island).

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Swetnam continues, "Hee [Moses] also saith that they were made of the ribbe of a man, and that their froward nature sheweth; for a ribbe is a crooked thing, good for nothing else, and women are crooked by nature: for small occasion will cause them to be angry" (sig B1).
When they provide biographical or historical information that is more extensive than the authors family and major works, it is of the type that is immediately relevant to comprehending the work at hand: that Speght's A Muzzle for Melastomus is a response to Joseph Swetnam's The Arraignment of Lewd, idle, froward, and unconstant women; that Alice Sutcliffe was probably Catholic; that Lucy Hutchinson was Calvinist.
Having already provided a DNA sample, Peter Beardsley is looking froward to the results.
Froward and fearful, obstinate and hysterical, scheming one moment and panicking the next, the Queen's motives and ultimately the Queen herself are made monstrously perplexing.
The verse (taken with the preceding one) reads: "An ungodly man ('ish beliyya'al) digs up evil, and in his lips there is as a burning fire; A froward man sows strife; and a whisperer (nirgan) separates familiar friends." This passage deserves our attention for two reasons.
The mouth of the just bringeth forth wisdom: but the froward tongue shall be cut out.
(39) She concludes by again chiding her interlocutors, "you froward and unable worms" (5.2.169).
Not only were humans subject to corruption of the senses; far more important to emphasize to a "pelagian" audience was the spiritual loss: "descended of earthly Adam, our mindes are full of darknesse, our wills froward, our affections sensuall, there is none righteous, none understandeth, none seeketh after God." (67) Since the Fall had cost Adam his ability to transmit his righteousness to his progeny, the means of salvation now lay solely with God.
Her book Herso, An Heirship in Waves is self-described as a "(proem / toward the end / of all things surely lapsed froward [sic] ...)" (Black Radish Books, 2011).
Participants and stand owners are looking froward to interacting with visitors from a wide range of nationalities before the annual festival comes to an end on Thursday, July 21, 2011.
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Even Eumenides, a noble and brave character, admits regretfully, when Semele in her contrariness methodically rejects all his overtures, that his beloved is 'of all women the most froward and [he] of all creatures the most fond' (3.4.62-3).