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colet.

Abbreviation for L. coletur, let it be strained.
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Shortly after Erasmus arrived at Oxford in October 1499 and met John Colet (1468-1519), they became involved in a discussion of the interpretation of the events at Gethsemane (Mt.
25) Because of such connections, Erasmus advertises his alliance with Scholasticism and invites Colet to join them:
Throughout the letters, Flaubert expresses his desire to remake Colet in his image.
En 1840, durante un viaje a Corcega, conocio a Eulalie Delanglade, una mujer de 35 anos que regresaba de Sudamerica, e inicio con ella una relacion intermitente y extrana en la que coincidian cada vez que el escritor cruzaba por Marsella; seis anos mas tarde, entro en su vida la escritora Louise Colet, con quien entrelazo su vida en un laberinto que, durante diez anos, estuvo alimentado de drama, lagrimas, rupturas, reconciliaciones y tempestades.
16) In this moment we may imagine Braithwaite declaring "Louise Colet e'est moi
Everything Measurable Passes" (Gustave Flaubert to Louise Colet, August 9, 1846)
A veces me digo que las cartas que le mandaba a Louise Colet, su amante de Paris, actriz conocida y poeta mediocre, narrando lo que habian sido esas jornadas de trabajo furibundo, son mejores que las novelas en si mismas.
North of the Alps, they include Erasmus, More, Colet, Bude, Marguerite de Navarre, and, less convincingly, More's daughter Margaret Roper.
The University side withdrew from their semi-final clash with Colet, who then lost to Pontefract in the final.
Of course, there is a biography of the poet, Francine du Plessix Gray's Rage and Fire: A Life of Louise Colet (1994), which Brown does draw on, but his chapter on Colet--and indeed, on the writing of Flaubert's masterpiece--seems slight compared to such earlier accounts as Francis Steegmuller's classic, and perhaps unsurpassable, Flaubert and Madame Bovary: A Double Portrait (1968, revised edition) which is still, in my opinion, the best book on Flaubert ever written.
Con buen animo, a pesar de sus enfermedades, emprendio la tarea que se vio interrumpida por la muerte de su amada Louise Colet y meses despues por la de George Sand.
Granddam Colet Classic never ran, but was from the same Newry Hill--Smokey Louise litter as the 1999 Oaks quarter-finalist Hollies Glen and Smokey Margaret, the latter of whom was beaten in the Classic's first round but made ample amends in the breeding paddocks by throwing the 2002 Derby champion Smokey Marshall (by Tullamore).