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Hippolyta

queen of the Amazons; attacked Attica but was defeated by Theseus, who then married her. [Gk. Myth.: Benét, 468]

Hippolyta,

girdle of secured after fight with Amazon queen; Hercules’ ninth Labor. [Gk. and Rom. Myth.: Hall, 149]
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Taine, Hyppolyte (1971) "The History of English Literature" in Hazard Adams (ed) Critical TheorySince Plato Harcort Brace: Jovanovich pp602-613.
It would have been in one or both of those years that Ira had the opportunity to work for him, for neither this Wallack nor his brother had ever before performed at Chatham Garden, which had functioned mainly as a venue for musical entertainments until Hyppolyte Barriere (94) built a permanent theater there that opened in May 1824 with Henry Wallack as its first big foreign star.
Los organismos evasivos bentonicos como Farfantepenaeus duorarum, carideos, Hyppolyte zostericola, y Palemonetes octaviae, junto con restos de crustaceos no identificados presentaron el mayor valor del IIR (14 282), seguido por los organismos nadadores tales como Eucinostomus gula (4 277).
In France, Hyppolyte Baraduc, Louis Darget, and Jules-Bernard Luys sought to photograph their own thoughts and mental energy by placing their fingers or foreheads on the sensitized plates.
Alias, foi Jean Hyppolyte que demonstrou como a genese da inteligencia depende da (de)negacao, cuja funcao verdadeira e engendra-la.
Its main representative, Hyppolyte Bernhein (1884), explained hypnosis as "the influence of an idea suggested to and accepted by the brain" (p.
2 1 Pachygrapsus crassipes * 1 1 Hemigrapsus oregonensis * 1 1 Hyppolyte californiensis 6 1 10 1 BP 22 Jan.
The Target to Kill," director, Pierre Courage; cast, Hyppolyte Girardot, Anemone, Jean-Claude Dreyfus.
Following Hegel but perhaps more closely Hyppolyte Taine, J.
See George Armstrong Kelley, Idealism, Politics and History: Sources of Hegelian Thought (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1978), 347-48 and Jean Hyppolyte, Genese et structure de la Phenomenologie de l'Esprit de Hegel (Paris: Aubier, 1946), 326-37.