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languet

An ornamental band, often enriched, consisting of a series of upright, tongue-shaped elements.
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minusve languet of the manuscript tradition along with Kiessling 1958, 521; Romano 1991,422; and Mankin 1995, 37.
Lo mas significativo es que de los veintitres autores de las obras que estaban depositadas en la Porteria y de las que conocemos el nombre de sus autores, todos son miembros de la Compania de Jesus salvo tres de ellos: Lope de Vega, Juan Jose Languet, arzobispo de Sens y Antonio Payno, Arzobispo de Sevilla.
Andrew Hadfield has written of the popularity in England of Hubert Languet and Philippe Duplessis' 1579 Vindiciae, Contra Tyrannos, a book which influenced the thought expressed in the Bond of Association, and, according to Hadfield, Shakespeare's play.
His most important personal acquaintance was the Dutch humanist Hubert Languet, who effectively completed Sidney's education and with whom he exchanged a celebrated Latin correspondence.
With: Yossi Berg, Paul Capsis, Kate Coyne, James Cunningham, Lawrence Goldhuber, Roz Hervey, Eddie Kay, Eric Languet, Jacob Lehrer, Kareena Oates, Diana Payne-Myers, Byron Perry, Robert Tannion, Francois Testory, Rowan Thorpe, David Toole, Vivien Wood.
(44) Voir Nelson-Martin Dawson, Le paradoxal destin d'un catechisme a double nationalite: l'histoire du manuel de Monseigneur Languet a Sens et a Quebec (these de doctorat, Universite Laval, 1989), 2 vol.
Dawson, Nelson-Martin, Crise d'Autorite et Clientelisme: Mgr Jean Joseph Languet de Gergy et la bulle Unigenitus.
On the subject of tyranny and popular revolt, Sidney echoes the sentiments of Thomas Randolph and George Buchanan, and of du Plessis Mornay and Languet, and others describing the complexities of the Dutch revolt against Philip II.
Where Worden excels is in his ability to weave into his discussion passages from Arcadia alongside relevant quotes from other Sidney documents (such as the Apology for Poetry), remarks from Sidney's English aristocratic circle (for example, Fulke Greville is repeatedly and cogently cited), and from his intellectual milieu (Hubert Languet, the ambassador of Augustus of Saxony).