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Lystra

(lĭs`trə), ancient city of Lycaonia, S Asia Minor, in present Turkey. The Acts of the Apostles reports that it was visited by Paul and Barnabas. An ancient altar found there mentioned the city and helped to identify the site.
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GREEN J WITH ENVY Paddy Lynch, from Co Meath, with English model Lystra Adams HEAD ZTURNERS Kerry girl Bernadette O'Sullivan, centre, who won best accessory prize for her hat STYLE ZMarietta Doran from Carlow HAT J A GIRL Ladies Day YOU BET Z RTE's Grainne Seoige and pal Margaret Connolly enjoy the craic yesterday
Prison partnership development manager Lystra Hagley is responsible for bringing agencies and the prison together.
Shifting from more celebratory explorations of love and marriage offered by scholars like Ellen Rothman and Karen Lystra, Cott insists that marriage matters at least as much for community standing as for self-understanding.
Mum Lystra Adams, 33, was covered in a shower of pink confetti as she was announced as the best dressed racegoer on Ladies Day.
Lystra Adams, a Naomi Campbell lookalike, joins me as she is going to be one of the faces helping to promote the lottery and she raises the temperature on a cold morning.
A much more expressively free emotionality flourished within the context of romantic love, as Karen Lystra has documented.
Rothman, Hands and Hearts: A History of Courtship in America (New York, 1984), 17-55; Karen Lystra, Searching the Heart: Women, Men, and Romantic Love in Nineteenth-Century America (New York, 1989).
See Lystra, Searching the Heart, for a sensitive discussion of the form and meaning of nineteenth century love letters.
Just as the jazz age had begun to lose reliance in a unified self, it also lost the "romantic self" that Karen Lystra has shown was the subject of 19th century romantic love.
22) Karen Lystra argues that love was a central preoccupation of middle-class men from the 1830s until the end of the 19th century.
Nine jockeys will take part in the race at Chepstow this week, including National Hunt jockey Sam Twiston-Davies, model Lystra Adams, and horse trainer and QC Graeme McPherson.
This year's jockeys include Jenny Prest, from sponsors William Hill, top National Hunt jockey Sam Twiston Davies, model Lystra Adams and three-day event rider Chelsea Pearce, as well as the likes of trainer Graeme McPherson.