The passage in question reads: 'These are the philtres
, allurements, jynges, inveiglements, baits, and enticements of love, by the means whereof that may be peaceably revived which was painfully acquired' ('Ce sont les philtres
, iynges et attraictz d'amour, moienans lesquelz pacificquement on retient ce que peniblement on avoit conqueste').' (2) Here Rabelais is actually writing on political science, and of military conquest, pacification, and subsequent rule, likening the process to winning a woman with great effort but then needing to retain her by means of love potions.
But alas, our hero has run out of money, and in an effort to pay for the philtre
, he recklessly agrees to join the army in return for immediate funds.
Le voyage acquiert le role d'un philtre
contre le surgissement agressif de l'identite; (10) son ecriture est une pure ecoute du silence.
The noun [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is a soother, sedative agent, philtre
, potion, or drug [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
En effet, vers la fin de Paris, son ecriture prend de plus en plus une resonnance biblique tandis qu'il fait de la capitale francaise une nouvelle Jerusalem, epuree et delivree de la notion chretienne de peche (il en sortira "le philtre
d'amour et d'eternelle jeunesse" ), et un puissant symbole d'espoir universel: "Il n'est que cette terre-la au monde pour que l'idee y germe, y fleurisse ...
At 34 he is one of the busiest riders on the local circuit, and says: "I've been lucky to have ridden at most recent Cheltenham Festivals for some well-known trainers, and I've won the [Racing Post Weekender] Lady Dudley Cup on Distinctive [in 2000] and John Corbet Cup on Philtre
 and was fourth in the Christie's Foxhunter Chase on Grimley Gale  on her first run outside of a point-topoint."
where: [H.sub.F](s) is the transfer function of the low-passage philtre
, [H.sub.CF](s) is the transfer function of the frequency static converter, [H.sub.MA](s) is the transfer function of the asynchronous motor, [H.sub.C](s) is the transfer function of the coupling and mechanical / power brake, whereas [H.sub.ML](s) is the transfer function of the working machine.
His most recent album Philtre
(his seventh) won this year's Radio 3 World Music award for boundary crossing.
Perhaps if the year were 1447 instead of 1947 I might have hoodwinked my gentle nature by administering her some classical poison from a hollow agate, some tender philtre
In addition to presenting the idea of love (in nuce at least) as its own justification, Eilhart also deals with the love philtre
in an ambiguous way.