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This sentence is usually translated "Therefore concord is commendable." //Samavayo// however comes from //sam// + //ava// + //i//, "to come together." 25.
In the Mabinogion, one of Llyr's two wives isIweradd ("Ireland").
Antiochos II Theos of Syria (261-246 B.C.), Ptolemy II Philadelphos of Egypt (285-247 B.C.), Antigonos Gonatos of Macedonia (278-239 B.C.), Magas of Cyrene (300-258 B.C.) and Alexander of Epirus (272-258 B.C.).
CATCH: A lyric poem or song meant to be sung as a round, with the words arranged in each line so that the audience will hear a hidden (often humorous or ribald) message as the groups of singers sing their separate lyrics and space out the wording of the poem. For example, one might write a song in which the first line contained the words "up," the word "look" appears in the middle of the third line, the word "dress" appears in the second line, and the word "her" appears in the middle of the fourth line. When the song or poem is sung as a round by four groups of singers, the word order and timing is arranged so that the singers create the hidden phrase "look up her dress" as they sing, to the amusement of the audience as they listen to an otherwise innocent set of lyrics. Robert Herrick's "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time" is an example of a catch, and when William Lawes adapted the poem to music for Milton's masque Comus, it became one of the most popular drinking songs of the 1600s (Damrosche 844-45).
Bhandarkar and in parts favored their interpretations.
"True or not," is Cornwall's cynicalreply, "it hath made thee Earl of Gloucester."Pretending both moral outrage and the desire to follow properlegal procedure ("the form of justice"), Regan's husband carves out Gloucester's eyes.
INTRODUCTION //Dhamma sadhu, kiyam cu dhamme ti?
Hestomps one eyeball flat on the ground for fun, but is stabbed todeath by one of his own horrified servants, who is killed in turn byRegan's backstab.
She demanded that he reduce his followers to fifty.
And whatever I orally order in connection with donations or proclamations, or when urgent business presses itself on the Mahamatras, if disagreement or debate arises in the Council, then it must be reported to me immediately.
Lear went back and forth between the daughters until he was alone.
Beloved-of-the-Gods, King Piyadasi, speaks thus: In the past, state business was not transacted nor were reports delivered to the king at all hours.
And the numerous stories about Asoka were assumed to be the same.
Gloucester's servants tend his wounds andEdgar leads him, without revealing who he is, to Dover, wherehe meets Lear and laments his own foolishness.
The main plotLear is king of Britain.
These Dhamma Mahamatras are occupied in my domain among people devoted to Dhamma to determine who is devoted to Dhamma, who is established in Dhamma, and who is generous.
He is an old, highly successful warrior king.
There is no better work than promoting the welfare of all the people and whatever efforts I am making is to repay the debt I owe to all beings to assure their happiness in this life, and attain heaven in the next.