Pessoa mescla o puer
senilis e o thaumazein para compor o ethos de Caeiro, cuja disposicao de crianca para o maravilhamento, embora nao conceitualize o mundo, tem a sabedoria da experiencia desde sempre associada a velhice.
As shown in Table 1, statistical analysis indicated that the proportion of minority patients in Qujing (2.0%, 1/49) were significantly lower than that in Puer
(71.3%, 67/94), Xishuangbanna (70.0%, 28/40), Lijiang (63.6%, 14/22), Dehong (62.8%, 2/35), and Lincang (19.4%, 6/31), respectively (P < 0.05).
Moreover, I have added to the scope of the analysis yet another manuscript of the text included in the CMEPV, i.e., Stans Puer
ad Mensam, in which the MED records the use of the adverb bitwene (MS Lambeth 853 (1450)).
It comes from the Latin word for boy, puer
. A conjecture?
Even when he photographs nearly all of a sculpture, as in his images of the busts Ecce Puer
or Enfant Malade, he further upsets the already fluid boundaries of his works; on paper, they appear to float in space and fade into that space at the edges.
He used the old Roman words: puer
for the spirit of youth, senex for old age, like the English words: puerile and senile.
Jinghong Zhang, Puer
Tea: Ancient Caravans and Urban Chic.
In Greek and Roman mythology there is a Latin term, puer
aeternus, that means "eternal boy."
In other words, the old archetype of puer
aeternus is now restored in the psyche of young Japanese generation.
W Gemma Puer
, from Jessops, said: "Last year's Photo Festival was such a success we are delighted to be running this again.
Jin); and Yunnan Institute of Parasitic Diseases, Puer
, China (J.