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Inanna

 

a deity in Sumerian mythology and religion. Protectress of the city of Uruk and its environs, Inanna was the goddess of fertility, carnal love, and discord. Later, she was the central feminine image in the Sumerian pantheon of gods. Inanna passed into Akkadian (Babylonian-Assyrian) mythology, where she was revered under the name Ishtar.

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Il "malessere" di Ninni viene rappresentato nell'incipit in pochi efficaci passaggi, dalla "riunione alcolica" alla solitudine alcolica:
Il capovolgimento della condizione-limite, nella fase explicitaria, implica il ritrovamento della "forma" del "malessere," malessere che diventa "raffigurabile" nei volti "realistici" del sindaco e degli assessori; ritrovamento che rinvia alla illiberta schiacciante di Ninni dalla quale si riscatta sopprimendone le "cause," ovvero esorcizzandole con una strage che deborda dal "realistico" al simbolico.
Since management consultant Carpenter took over the estate in 1983 he, his Norwegian wife Ninni and their five children have worked to restore the house to former glories using ancient records kept at Aberystwyth University.
Magnificent Carreglwyd, Anglesey, home to Tom and Ninni Carpenter (right) with their son, Erik
It will be built pavement from Ninni Roll Anker way to Odde bridge in Halden municipality.
2005b) and is an important predictor of extra-pair mating systems in more general comparative analyses (Moller and Ninni 1998).