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lorica

[lə′rī·kə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A hard shell or case in certain invertebrates, as in many rotifers and protozoans; functions as an exoskeleton.
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The "Lorica for Zoe" and repetition of "zoe" through the initials of the words in the poem might thus refer to the infinity, the force that is produced by zoe, away from the restrictions of the self, of an identity.
In particular contemporary Irish advaitins like the late poet Patrick Kavanagh, redemptorist priest Tony McHugh and Trappist monk Alberic Turner developed the basic insights of Joyce and the writers of the Lorica in the new dispensation opened up by QM.
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No obstante, la situacion conflictiva obligo a la respuesta de los vecinos que habitaban las fronteras de Panama y Cartagena, donde los "barbaros" cometian asesinatos, raptaban indigenas conversos e incendiaban los pueblos de Lorica (12).