Rezia

Rezia

(rēzī`ə), in the Bible, son of Ulla the Asherite.
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Prosecutors Zead-al-Malum and Rezia Sultana Chaman represented the state while the defence was represented by lawyers Abdus Sattar Palwan and Md Abdus Salam Khan.
He could, however, change a flat tire quite readily using the tools and spare that he--like many drivers--would carry in the trunk of the vehicle, and which would involve him "opening something, turning something, shutting something" according to the view that Rezia has of his actions (16).
Dalloway, Robert Caserio suggests that "Bowen's Louie revises [Woolf's] Rezia. The meeting that Bowen stages between Stella and Louie joins what Woolf keeps apart" (273).
His also is the only vision that is confirmed by another person, as his wife Rezia likewise notes "the tree pattern on the blinds" (MD 15).
"He could read, Dante for example, quite easily ('Septimus, do put down your book,' said Rezia, gently shutting the Inferno), he could add up his bill; his brain was perfect; it must be the fault of the world then--that he could not feel" (88).
Rezia Udinoor Peedikayil [1], Vadakooth Raman Rajendran [2], Saanida Monthampally [3], Juvaina Puthiyakam [4]
High modernists such as Woolf did indeed practise what in France was called "la simultaneite narrative" hence Rezia imagining London "as the Romans saw it" (38) and the presence of the old woman singing Herbert von Gilm's "Allerseelen." It is Clarissa's spatialization of time, her reconceiving of it as a room that makes a brittle socialite an apt double for Septimus.
The one working class character featured in a major role, the ghostly representative of the war on the landscape of remembrance, making recurrent appearances, is the shell-shocked English veteran, Septimus Smith with his Italian war bride, Lucrezia--or, as she is called by the narrator, "Rezia." At the same time, in a strange thematic and stylistic partnering, coming to share this larger novel of shell shock, one might say, as the great social disease of the 20th century, is also its titular protagonist, Clarissa Dalloway.
ties daleliu kontaktu vietomis nugalejus trinties jegas atsiranda daleliu slydimo skleidziamas garsas viena dalele rezia kita.
(Taheri 155)/1) Rezia said tearfully: "Yes, he talks about it ...
Labiausiai aki rezia puosni "barokine" tvora su vartais, primenanti "naujuju lietuviu" pilaites.