misalliance


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misalliance

see mismating; called also mésalliance.

mésalliance, misalliance

[Fr.] see mismating.
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Analyzing a hearty scope of plays--including The Philanderer, The Man of Destiny, Misalliance, Mrs.
Public scandal in this case was only just getting started, as Harington refers Prince Henry to the Martin Marprelate pamphlets and their satirical treatment of Cooper's misalliance in print.
They also invoke an unlikely alliance between "woman" and "happiness"--and a corresponding misalliance between "poet" and "happiness.
Furious, her dead husband's family send Lilia's brother-in-law Philip to Italy to prevent a misalliance, but he arrives too late.
Gheorghiu conveniently reinvented Maria's social status, her humble origin, to introduce a Cinderella-type, an upstart that ends up in a misalliance thanks to her wit or, on the contrary, to her lack of morality.
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2003 Rescue workers amongst the corn at the site of a small plane crash in a field near Broughton 2001 Police and Social Services remove the adopted Kilshaw twins from the Beaufort Park Hotel in New Brighton 1998 Famous Welsh Golfer Ian Woosnam discussed his round just after playing alongside the legendary Jack Nicklaus 1997 Til' Death Us Do Part star actress Una Stubbs appearing in Misalliance at Theatr Clwyd, as it was then known.
While the latter implies the emotional intensity of male post-coital fantasy, the wife's momentary confusion signals the emotional intensity of her falling into reality: she attempts to negate the factuality of her misalliance.
The question then becomes, is he casting the possibility of an interracial romance in intrinsically abject terms, or rather suggesting that the culture's own obsessions have ironically forced something unnatural, this strange misalliance between Emily and Tobe?
et du tres contemporain acteur et chanteur MichaelFlanders dans Misalliance (1963) et son album At the drop of the Hat :
But the misalliance is only in the end a distrust of hybridity as an agent against impasse.
Season's Greetings/Birmingham School Of Acting present Misalliance by Bernard Shaw: Crescent Theatre, Birmingham.