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Don·né

(dō-nā'),
Alfred, French physician, 1801-1878. See: Donné corpuscle.
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begins his study with some heavy lifting, moving aside mostly political and ideological assumptions assigned to Donne in one form or another since the 17th century.
Il parto per via vaginale rappresenta un fattore di rischio significativo per lo sviluppo di disfunzionalita perineale; le linee guida inglesi del Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) del 2003, riportate da Minini e Quaresmini, stimano che l'85% delle donne che partoriscono per via vaginale subisca un qualche grado di traumatismo perineale (8).
In an undated letter addressed to Sir Henry Goodyer, Donne justifies the use of the liturgical title "A Litanie" for his poem of private mediation: "Since my imprisonment in my bed, I have made a meditation in verse, which I call a Litany; the word you know imports no other than supplication, but all Churches have one forme of supplication, by that name" (qtd.
For Donne, the spoken word is more powerful than the written word because it could evoke a response: "[T]he occasional or performative aspect of Donne's poetry derives from the poet's determination-verging at times on carefully restrained desperation--to access the residual power of the spoken word to move a superior creature to action on the speaker's behalf, a power that Donne found modeled in biblical prophecy and lyric" (84).
University of Wales Vice-Chancellor Professor Marc Clement said: "The university is delighted to welcome Kelvin Donne as the holder of the first of its Alliance Research Chairs.
Elena Delle Donne, who is a freshman, also had five assists, two blocks, seven rebounds and also 8 for 8 from the free-throw line during the game, according to Delaware's website.
Mr Donne said that after dumping the burnt body in the Midlands, Wali tried to dispose of evidence by cleaning the hallway and his clothes before "setting about a deception that the dead man was in fact still alive and well".
Similarly, in "The Second Anniversarie," according to Targoff's extraordinary reading, Donne longs for the metaphysical homecoming of the body to the soul, and the soul in question, she remarks, is not that of Donne's patron's late daughter, Elizabeth Drury, but his own.
As his title indicates, Stubbs's Donne is a 'reformed soul': a man who became at ease with an Anglicanism he initially adopted for more pragmatic reasons.
main problem is that, given his aim to present Donne as a "reformed
Now that I have provided an elucidation of the chora, I draw my attention to Boccaccio's "Valle delle donne.
IRENE DUNNE and SECOND MAN cross to where JOHN DONNE stands with his dry wit and even drier martini