escar


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escar

[′es·kər]
(geology)
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(57) By contrast, there was clearly some local sympathy for a few "poor" Englishmen who had requested permission to stay because they were pursuing cases through the courts; and, a few months later, Governor d'Escars asked the crown what he was to do with several "poor" English prisoners, a solicitor and three pilots, who seem to have posed no threat but were dying of hunger in the chateau.
Esses registros foram considerados como narrativizacoes da pratica, pois como coloca Escars (2002), referindo-se ao historico de caso, "se nao considerarmos o historico do caso um mero suporte para o registro de 'fatos' clinicos, temos que levar em consideracao a propria estrutura do texto, isto e, o fato de que esse texto tenha uma estrutura narrativa, que seja um relato, uma narracao" (p.
The final line of that version of the vida reads: "...e fo escars d'aver" ("...and he was tight with his money").(25) This slight detail, apparently an afterthought, could be considered insignificant, a simple vestige of the sort of ~reality effect' which surface fairly often in vidas and were used to bolster their claims to historicity.(26) In conjunction with the legal charge of usury, however, it needs to be taken more seriously.(27) If we look at the line preceding this mention of avarice we find one more telling detail which links this penchant for control of money with Uc's poetic practice.