Reflecting on gender difference in language from a historical perspective, Cohen provides comments from the eighteenth century that note the elegancy
of women's language, an achievement all the more remarkable because women did not learn grammar.
102) Yet Jonson is unwilling to fault Plautus entirely, quoting Varro (as had many humanists before him) that he was a "prince of letters and elegancy
in the Roman language.
In what manner it has been conducted since the reign of Queen Elizabeth, especially of late Times, with what utility, decorum, elegancy
, magnanimity, or otherwise, may, it is possible, on some future occasion, be considered.
Baptized as Pedro Luis Morales Cortijo and nicknamed "Perin," this cousin of Rafael Cortijo mastered the timbal by age fifteen, playing in a rhythmically correct manner and with extreme elegancy
What surprised me was the elegancy
of the sanctuary and the beautiful art,'' said Sizomu, an intern rabbi at the Conservative synagogue.
Or, a survey of the Latin tongue, according to the elegancy
of it's proper dialect (1633).
Keeping tempos brisk so that longueurs were avoided, his ambidextrous conducting (without a baton) added charismatic energy and expressive elegancy
to Elgar's orchestral writing.
The show will have a Parisian theme - the capital of elegancy
and is happening early this summer.
Dresses used to be an icon for elegancy
and femininity at this time," Naoot said.
The reason for the inclusion of Chinese translators was because the missionaries' knowledge of Chinese was insufficient, obviously, and without the assistance of the Chinese the translated text would not have had the elegancy
and expressiveness esteemed by Chinese intellectuals, let alone members of the imperial administration.