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Fulgentius the Mythographer

Patrick G. Hogan, Leslie George Whitbread
1974 The South Central Bulletin  
Book three collects a number of tales involving pairs of characters, namely Bellerophon and Pegasus, Perdix and Daedalus, Actaeon and Diana, Hero and Leander, Attis and Berecynthia, Cupid and Psyche, Peleus  ...  Fulgentius is obliged a second time to disclaim any intention of writing erotically: his aim is to strip the Greek tales of their fiction and seek allegorical significances, and he hints at a Christian  ...  less than the greater vanity of greed.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3188760 fatcat:q2tejkbq7jeurapkanofzna5ja

Page 3 of National Era Vol. 11, Issue 530 [page]

1857 National Era  
New Galery where he has greater facilities than formerly for pro cing fine portraits, with all the latest improvemen's the art of making Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Po” graphs and Portraits, in Oil Colors  ...  HUTCHINSON’S with which staves and heads for 1,000 flour barrels a | day can be finished from the log, ready to be set up, ata | fraction less than three cents a barrel.  ... 

Malaysia/Singapore as Immigrant Societies

Anthony Reid
2011 Social Science Research Network  
Australia has more obviously had to deal with the problem than has Malaysia, and it can hardly be said to have made a good job of it.  ...  noted how strikingly "the number of childless families [tend] to grow greater and greater as civilization was approached."  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1743922 fatcat:bc7enirh7jbm3k4g5v2dz65fey

Page 62 of The Congregationalist and Herald of Gospel Liberty Vol. 32, Issue 16 [page]

1847 The Congregationalist and Herald of Gospel Liberty  
No time can be better, or more agreeable to the mind of God, than the present. a better: but there can never be another as good.  ...  The command is in full force from the very instant when sin is committed. It can never acquire any greater force than it has at first.  ... 

Additive Manufacturing of Optically Transparent Glass

John Klein, Michael Stern, Giorgia Franchin, Markus Kayser, Chikara Inamura, Shreya Dave, James C. Weaver, Peter Houk, Paolo Colombo, Maria Yang, Neri Oxman
2015 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing  
Processing parameters such as temperature, flow rate, layer height and feed rate, can be adjusted to tailor the printing process to the desired component; its shape and its properties.  ...  The platform is comprised of scalable modular elements able to operate at the high temperatures required to process glass from a molten state to an annealed product.  ...  The small soda-lime glass grits had the most successful results, and glass fusion details can be seen in the SEM images, which reveal a high bondage occurring at the core of each fractal as a result of  ... 
doi:10.1089/3dp.2015.0021 fatcat:bo3fqb3sn5aa3nwbyznoe3caya

Four Lectures on Scalar Curvature [article]

Misha Gromov
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We overview main topics and ideas in spaces with their scalar curvatures bounded from below, and present a more detailed exposition of several known and some new geometric constraints on Riemannian spaces  ...  implied by the lower bounds on their scalar curvatures  ...  Given a compact Riemannian manifold X, there exists a positive constant κ = κ X > 0, which restricts how much manifolds X with Sc ≥ 1 κ can be area-wise greater than X, which is expressed by a bound on  ... 
arXiv:1908.10612v6 fatcat:qcujecexrnarbnq7o2vdypeka4

Page 28 of National Era Vol. 11, Issue 528 [page]

1857 National Era  
A High School for Young Gentlemen, Under the direction of Prof. G. H.  ...  HUTCHINSON’S ATENTED BARREL MACHINERY, unequar > “with whieh staves and heads for 1,000 four | “4 a day can be finished from the log, reacy “es wet ws fraction less than three cents a bagel.  ... 

Page 1 of Christian Secretary Vol. 13, Issue 38 [page]

1850 Christian Secretary  
A plan similar to this, we are confident might be adopted by a majority of the towns in this State, and the advantages to the poorer children for a good education would thereby be very much increased.  ...  The existence of free schools will do as much to perpetuate republican princi- ples as any measure that can be contemplated.— Daily Courant, The importance of Free Schools to the security and perpetnatiom  ... 

Military Mobilization in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century China, Russia, and Mongolia

Peter C. Perdue
1996 Modern Asian Studies  
, 1986/02 Atwell, William S., 'Ming observers of Ming decline: some Chinese views on the seventeenth-century crisis ', JRAS, 1988/2 Bannister, Judith, China's Chan&ng Population, Stanford, 1987  ...  ., 'International bullion flows and the Chinese economy', Part and Present, 1 9 8~ Atwell, William S., 'Some observations on the "Seventeenth-century crisis" in china and Japan', Journal ofArian Studies  ...  Chaudhuri has recently argued that the entire history of Asia cannot be understood independently of the history of the steppe, and much the same can be said for Russia and Ukraine.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0026749x00016796 fatcat:k26zpw55nrconccschtd2lejom

Page 2 of Christian Secretary Vol. 11, Issue 29 [page]

1848 Christian Secretary  
It is said, “that the sim- ple recoguition of Slavery here would be looked upon as a greater misfortane to the ‘Territory than though California had remained in its former state.’  ...  ., Agents for the above ¢ Book, in this State, are prepared with a full sup ply to furnish charches or individuals, on better terms than it can be furnished elsewhere.  ... 

International Organization For Migration

1996 International migration (Geneva. Print)  
Beyond these direct engagements is a much wider impact of trafficking and migration on the far greater numbers of children whose parents have sought employment elsewhere.  ...  There is a need for donors to give much greater priority to evaluation research, which can help to determine the effectiveness of different programmes and policy approaches.  ...  The study includes papers from more than a dozen experts.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2435.1996.tb00532.x fatcat:rxnempvp4nhzfejr62iazoo6fe

Front Matter

1981 Economic development and cultural change  
If the poor have more children than the rich, then the greater the number of poor people relative to a given number of rich ones; that is, the greater the income inequality, the higher the average level  ...  The ratios indicate how mother’s age greater than 35 alters the distributed-lag pattern of replacement. The ratios are larger for later lags in all the areas for which they can be calculated.  ... 
doi:10.1086/edcc.29.4.1153457 fatcat:uvitr5dklbcb5elftf7ekefeaa

Britain's Changing Universities

David Thomson
1949 Journal of Higher Education  
How education can grant freedom to a man who has already sold himself into bondage has yet to be satisfactorily explained to me.  ...  Free versus Kept Education By PETER A. CARMICHAEL This may be a man’s world, but cer- tainly not that much of it occupied in the October number of this Journal by Msgr.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221546.1949.11775916 fatcat:gfe5ajvgmnbe3hphfux35lcnu4

Australian Higher Education and the Murray Report

Pauline Tompkins
1958 Journal of Higher Education  
The prime minister, Robert G.  ...  It may be concluded that many students who ranked low on the ACE made greater academic achievements than that test predicted.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221546.1958.11779559 fatcat:6h6yhgzw6reyzdur4we7n67c34

History is Now

A. S. Eisenstadt
1958 Journal of Higher Education  
The responsi- bility of education in our age is growing because of the greater number of those to be educated and the greater intensity of our political and social problems.  ...  Nothing is more fundamental to a society than the process of change and adjustment, for here can be found the key to its existence.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221546.1958.11779558 fatcat:z6w5jjceobafrlypfjwcb2ixfy
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