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colet.

Abbreviation for L. coletur, let it be strained.
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However, it becomes hard to dismiss the sexual component of Braithwaite's attraction to Flaubert when he ventriloquizes the role of Louise Colet.
Doctrinal and ecclesiological conflicts eventually can be resolved by wise and faithful divines in the model of Colet.
In "The Humanist Reform of Latin and Latin Teaching" (Kristian Jensen), the relevant work of Melanchthon and other German humanists is mentioned, as is that of Erasmus and Colet.
Subio a un tren en la linea Rouen-Paris como lo hiciera en 1846 el autor de Madame Bovary para ir a visitar a Louise Colet.
She was never allowed to set foot in the house after she married Colet.