Pamphile

Pamphile

applies ointment to change into eagle. [Rom. Lit.: The Golden Ass]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Pere Pamphile had seen Dantes pass not ten minutes before; and assured that he was at the Catalans, they sat down under the budding foliage of the planes and sycamores, in the branches of which the birds were singing their welcome to one of the first days of spring.
It focuses on the life writings of Father Damien, a Roman Catholic priest from Belgium whose letters were collected by his brother Father Pamphile, and Peter Young Kaeo (1836-80), a Hawaiian high chief and politician of the Kingdom of Hawaii, who was exiled to Kalaupapa in 1873 after being diagnosed with leprosy.
Pamphile is a terrific athlete and his basketball past shows up how well he can move both with his feet and his overall speed.
In this study, I will discuss how the description of the magical paraphernalia of the witch (1) Pamphile in Apuleius' Metamorphoses 3,17,4-5 is deeply influenced by the material culture of magic in Apuleius' time.
A reference to a rosary made of carved cherry stones can be found in the 14th-century Old French poem Pamphile et Galatee: 'En sa main unes patrenostres / De noiaus traues de cherises / Dont elle fait ses sacrefices (in her hand she has a rosary made from carved cherry pits, with which she says her prayers).
(called 'cordoncillo' in Mexico and 'falso-jaborandi' in Brazil) harbors a diversity of endophytes (Orlandelli, Alberto, Rubin Filho, & Pamphile, 2012a), which include isolates that are sources of antimicrobial metabolites (Orlandelli, Alberto, Almeida, Azevedo, & Pamphile, 2012b) and exopolysaccharides (Orlandelli, Vasconcelos, Azevedo, Corradi da Silva, & Pamphile, 2016).
Beard's work is itself entirely dependent upon earlier histories of the Revolution by writers like Pamphile de Lacroix.
In Menander's comedy Epitrepontes, Pamphile has been abandoned by her husband Charisios.
Afro-diasporic relationships between African-Americans and Afro-Caribbeans in Hispaniola developed intermittently throughout most of the nineteenth century because of the common experiences of slavery, desires for racial equality, and expressions of black nationalism among African-Americans and Haitians (Pamphile 2001:1; Polyne 2010:11).