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Gareth

knight who, though Lynette scorns him as only a kitchen hand, successfully accomplishes rescuing her sister. [Br. Poetry: Tennyson Idylls of the King]

Gareth

queen requires him to disguise himself as a kitchen hand before he may seek knighthood. [Br. Poetry: Tennyson Idylls of the King]
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Gereth does not succeed, either, no matter how well she calculates and manipulates.
Gereth, but only in a more dramatic and self-conscious level.
Gereth, are thus also very much like pieces of artworks grouped for exhibition at Nelson Art Gallery with their very relatedness to one another so occasioned for the reincarnation of a given theme through exhibition.
Gereth asked when in the wondrous hall, three minutes after their
Gereth, as for Owen, Fleda as an agent of the things means primarily the validation of desire) and comes to "mean" on her own, to have agency.
Gereth, now of Owen--attest to her alternate possession by the two.
Gereth and Owen (or, if we like, Mona) is constitutive of Fleda's desire as "the least new creation of utility.
Gereth (and perhaps by Fleda herself)--to be beholden.
Gereth a version of the function Virginia Woolf takes to be characteristic of women's position within modern phallocentric culture: "Women have served all these centuries as looking-glasses possessing the magic and delicious power of reflecting the figure of man at twice its natural size .
Mrs Gereth had said she would go with the rest to church, but
The likelihood is that Atlas is a bronze statuette, resembling Mrs Gereth, who has carried off the spoils, but it is possible that the narrator has merely selected a conventional mythological figure for illustrative purposes.
New Delhi, Oct 4 (ANI): The Co-Chairman of the International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (ICNND) Gereth Evans on Sunday urged the global partners to work in order to make the world a safer place to live by disarming nuclear weapons.