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Posthumus

marries Cymbeline’s daughter; Cymbeline banishes him. [Br. Lit.: Cymbeline]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Posthumus, M., Collins, M., van der Merwe, L., O'Cuinneagain, D., van der Merwe, W., Ribbans, W.
Posthumus heads to Rome, to a rather glitzy nightclub where he finds the greasy looking Italian Iachimo.
"Some people say that rather than preventing terrorists from coming to this part of the world, they attract them," said Posthumus. The mandate for these new forces is as yet unclear.
However, Posthumus does not fail to address the issues of poverty he confronts, nor the aftermath or the war, such as when he visits Kuito, a small town that bore testimony to the ferocity of the fighting that took place there.
Mackenzie, Louisa, and Stephanie Posthumus. "Reading Latour Outside: A Response to the Estok-Robisch Controversy." ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 20.4 (2013): 757-77.
But House Education Committee chair Lisa Posthumus Lyons said the measures boost Michigan's career education programs.
"The new patent office will put Metro Denver and Colorado in the national spotlight as an innovation hub," said John Posthumus, an intellectual property (IP) attorney and shareholder at Denver-based law firm Sheridan Ross, in a statement.
As Louisa MacKenzie and Stephanie Posthumus note, "It hardly bears repeating to readers of this journal [ISLE] that 'theory' broadly understood has often been seen as mutually exclusive to activism, to science, and to ecology itself' (757).
[10.] Boonstra AM, Schiphorst Preuper HR, Reneman MF, Posthumus JB, Stewart RE.
Brenda Posthumus, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Tallahassee, Fla.