Earlier this week, Interior Minister Socratis Hasikos sent a letter to the mayor asking him to refrain
from his duties which extended beyond the municipality to chairman of the Koshi waste management plant.
The first chapter, accordingly, examines the "Concept and Definition of the Refrain.
Bearing this in mind, then, the following two chapters discuss folk song from the angle of refrain: "The Development of Folk Singing, Observed through the Occurrence of the Refrain," and "The Refrain as a Means of Shaping Folk Song.
The idea of "return" still matters, since "return" is what refrains
do and since the composition of ghazals involves so many other kinds of return for Ali.
Another element of the manuscript evidence that receives relatively little emphasis is the presence of Occitan song in northern chansonniers; while some of the developments described in the book could have been related to the influence of Occitan lyric in the north, this line of inquiry would not harmonize with the focus on the refrain
, which Butterfield convincingly presents as central to the development of French song (and which has a lesser importance in the Occitan corpus).
But even as Pierre' s poem features a courtly philosopher in rustic disguise, it also contains eight separate refrains
that function now as dialogue now as internal commentary, and thus mark a break with Occitan tradition.
To the refrain
lamenting the lack of priests, therefore, there is a most fitting response: "Adore the Eucharist, honour Mary, obey the Pope, gain vocations.
When a conflict occurs, the first step is to refrain
prodeas nova nupta, on the other hand, occurs in str.
As a normal practice, Nuveen refrains
from offering guidance on prospective financial results, and intends to so refrain
after the completion of the offering.
Because of the unwieldy length of the refrains
in such cases, the literary rondeau, which in the 15th century began to be distinct from the sung rondeau, often curtailed the refrains
in the second and fourth stanzas, leaving only a rentrement ("reentry") of the opening words.
Advanced Forecasting refrains
from participating in this practice and instead stands firmly behind its forecast published a year and a half ago.