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aureate

(of a style of writing or speaking) excessively elaborate or ornate; florid
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If the golden "counterfeit" with its spidery "golden mesh" of Portia enclosed in the lead casket is a life symbol--and I have argued above that this is too simple a valuation--its vitality is undoubtedly clouded by the many negative associations for gold in the text, like the gold casket that enfolds worms, bones, and carrion Death, or the snaky golden hair that masks its origins in the gleanings from a corpse, or the gold patens in the heavens which Lorenzo praises in song to Jessica, whose aureate rays mock our all too distant and mortal regard as souls grossly clad in "this muddy vesture of decay" (5.
Radiate's name change from Aureate Media comes on the heels of the company's new agenda to increase its visibility with consumers and expand its desktop presence.
10) run over 1m4f, the first thing which strikes me is there will be plenty of pace in the race, with Aureate and Street Devil in the field, Ahmedy and Rocky's Pride both take a keen hold, so the way is open for a hold-up performer to come late and grab the gold.
AUREATE looks to have the right profile needed to claim top honours in the Blue Square Great Metropolitan Handicap at Epsom.
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Aureate made a fair start over obstacles for Brian Ellison and he can open his account in the Tom McConnell Trophy/Country Refreshments Juvenile Novices' Hurdle.
Earlier in the day I had ridden a super three-year-old - also owned by Sheikh Mohammed-called Aureate to be third k at Musselburgh.
Nonetheless, The New History of Early English Drama has index entries neither for "Lydgate" nor for "mumming," while William Tydeman, writing in the recent Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre, mentions the mummings only to dismiss them in a single paragraph as associated with the"sterile pageants in aureate verse" that Lydgate produced for ceremonial occasions.
In early December of 1999, Radiate (then Aureate Media) relocated their headquarters from Indianapolis, Indiana to Mountain View, California.
SEVERAL weeks ago a scare swept through the Internet community regarding alleged Internet "spying" being done by popular advertising system known as Aureate, now renamed Radiate.
Portraits are generally painted when the subject, is at a flood-tide of life and personality: the aureate youth of Giorgione s shepherd-boys, or the fragile and complacent grace of van Dyck's women, or the sinewed middle age of Ruben's patricians.
This issue of haunting, of being followed, may be linked with the detail that the poem's speaker is afflicted with nightmares about this event, what he calls "dreams"; this further Romantic facet is thus drained of its possibly aureate tones by the material of the dreams.