Mellefont

Mellefont

doublecrossed by friend and rejected lover. [Br. Lit.: The Double-Dealer]
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Lyndal Mellefont, Food Safety Centre, Tasmanian Institute of Agricultural Research, School of Agricultural Science, University of Tasmania, for their kind proofreading.
Devitt was rewarded for his debut points win over Sunderland's B Mellefont with the best junior boxer trophy.
Miss Sara Sampson ends famously not just with the adoption of Mellefont's and Marwood's child by the sentimental patriarch Sir William Sampson but with a larger celebration of the effort to reconstitute the family in the absence of the heroine who has transgressed and confessed her sins before finding redemption in death (see Hart).
Other results (Hylton Castle names first): James Kennedy wpts v Carl Thompson (Lambton Street), Sam Mellefont wpts v Gary Morton (Whitehaven), Joe Mendonca wrsc1 v Joe Dugdale (Horsley Hill), Jonjo Shergold ldis3 v Brandon Lambert (Eastfield), Lee Mould wrsc2 v Itsham Ramsan (Phil Thomas), Owen Reay lrsc1 v James Dickson (Redcar), Liam Sparrow wpts v Ethan Purvis (Hedfit), Steve Gardiner lpts v Garth Crook (Spennymoor), Graham Hill lpts v Adam Eaglshem (Perth Green), Gareth Patterson lpts v Aaron Elgar (Perth Green).
To pity Sara, for instance, means to feel sorry for the way she is being treated by Mellefont; to feel empathy with her means to share her love for him and her father and thus to love them.
The hero is in fact a remarkably passive figure, reminiscent of bland premiers like Congreve's Mellefont or clearly second-tier characters such as Etherege's Young Bellair.