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(of the corollas of certain flowers) having two lips in the form of a face
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He said that court sitting are continuing at Khartoum North Court in the case of the person who personated the commander of the Rapid Support Forces.
The multifaceted personations of this play (Eyre as Alleyn; Oately as Spencer; and Rose as the Rose) might, moreover, point to other personated traces.
cannot be personated [(represented)] before there be some state of civil government," for these relationships are fictions that require law if they are to be recognized and enforced.
Sanaei with his poetic and delicate words personated the love hair and parotid line, and with his paradoxical words he believed wisdom is ignorant, and it should be trained and sent to school.
It would earn a modest return on its capital, "but at die same time," noted Hepburn (1908: 59), "the altruistic influences, personated [sic] by the government would largely control....
| AND | Personated by the Queenes most Excellent Majestic, attended by Eleuen | Ladies of Honour." The text of the masque was acquired surreptitiously by the stationer Edward Allde and sold at his shop near St.
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His snog with Sacha Baron Cohen in Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby scooped an MTV Movie Awards gong for Best oadway debut, where personated former US dent George W Bush u're Welcome rica: A Final Night With ge W Bush, won a Tony ation.
What English blood seeing the person of any bold English man presented and doth not hug his fame, and hunnye at his valour, pursuing him in his enterprise with his best wishes, and as being wrapt in contemplation, offers to him in his heart all prosperous performance, as if the Personator were the man Personated, so bewitching a thing is lively and well spirited action, that it hath power to new mould the hearts of the spectators and fashion them to the shape of any noble and notable attempt.
Artificial persons can be "represented" or "personated" by more than one person, leaving room for equality between male and female rulers who govern jointly.