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Virgilia

meek, gentle wife of Coriolanus. [Br. Lit.: Coriolanus]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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But Fergus outstrips him and Virgilia too, growing into a body six and a half feet tall and with a will to match; as Malouf notes briskly, "it was not in his nature to be contained." In short, he will be all that Adair is not, and if Adair must finally leave a place where he cannot stay, Fergus will abandon one that rightfully belongs to him.
Tomchuk dedicates some pages to Virgilia D'Andrea, a notable exception to this male dominance.
(11.) Todas las citas de Valle-Inclan incorporadas en este articulo proceden, salvo indicacion contraria, de la edicion de La lampara maravillosa preparada por Virgilia Milner Garlitz y recogida en la bibliografia.
They thank Fernando Garcia-Arroyo, Magdalena Cristobal, and Virgilia Soto who supported the studies about hyperuricemia at Laboratory of Renal Physiopathology, INC Ignacio Chavez, Mexico City, Mexico.
In Shakespeare's Coriolanus, when Valeria persists in urging the unwavering Virgilia to go "visit the good lady that lies in," Volumnia finally insists that her daughter-in-law should not accompany them in her current state since she would "but disease our better mirth" (1.3.66, 73, 99).
The devoted but timorous Virgilia, bred according to Ischomachus's womanly ideal "to be sober and live in chastitie" as her husband's "gracious silence," reinforces the sense that there is something distinctly (and in her case, appealingly) feminine about those whose occupations and constitutions keep them indoors, rather than outside in the masculine fields of battle and of agriculture (2.1.148).
(3) Virgilia Toccaceli et al., Research Understanding, Attitude and Awareness Towards Biobanking: A Survey Among Italian Twin Participants to a Genetic Epidemiological Study, BMC MEDICAL ETHICS (2009), archived at www.perma.cc/656L-R6VY.
& Salv., 1868) X X Taygetis virgilia (Cramer, 1775) X X Taygetis xenana (Butler, 1870) X Taygetis lineata (Godm.