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RENAISSANCE

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Take, for instance, the rennaisance of Jewish life under Ottoman suzerainty in the 19th century.
The name "Scots" started to be applied to Inglis in the period of a growing national confidence, reflecting a general Rennaisance tendency in favour of vernaculars (compare the situation in Spain, France or Poland).
It should be mentioned, too, that from its lush cover, featuring a reproduction of Harlem Rennaisance Party by artist Faith Ringgold, to the elegantly designed first pages of the collected stories, The Sleeper Wakes is a beautifully produced book.
If the spectrum from the pedestrian commencement address in praise of the liberal arts to one of Panofsky's virtuoso performances in Rennaisance erudition seems wide, both participated in a rising cultural ideology that linked the humanities and the classical tradition to a definition of humanity.
As a period of history, it most resembled the Rennaisance, although some saw it as the Inquisition and the Dark Ages.
Montrose, "'Eliza, Queen of Shepherds' and the Pastoral of Power," English Literary Rennaisance, 10 (1980), 153; hereafter cited in text as EQ.
And as a designer whose upmarket patterns have appeared the likes of Vogue, and whose hand-created garments have fetched hundreds of pounds after appearing on fashion catwalks, she is confifent she can spark a rennaisance in this neglected and under-exploited sector.
Following the closure of Interfin bank and Royal bank in July after failing to pay depositors while Rennaisance Merchant Bank was placed under curatorship prior to its bouncing back, the Cabinet of Zimbabwe has announced its approval of the new minimum capital needs of $100 million for commercial and merchant banks to prevent closure of funding agencies.