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Ar·nold

(ar'nŏld),
Friedrich, German anatomist, 1803-1890. See: Arnold bundle, Arnold canal, Arnold ganglion, Arnold nerve, Arnold tract, foramen of Arnold.

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Arnold's interest in a pan-European culture has been identified by many modern critics, including Park Honan, who writes, "At the heart of Matthew Arnold's best writing, one senses an acute awareness of Europe.
Matthew Arnold was intimately involved in these efforts as he worked for much of his life to promote democracy and public education.
Aunque Matthew Arnold no haya acompanado su critica de la elite filistea con una exhortacion a combatir la desigualdad, la filosofia educativa que propuso en Cultura y anarquia sigue vigente, sobre todo en el Mexico actual, donde los valores de la canalla opulenta se han propagado como la gangrena en todos los estratos sociales.
The thug Baxter, in McEwan's novel, avers that "Dover Beach" makes him "think about where (he) grew up." The poet Robert Creeley, in post-lude to the eloquent violence of his early work, likewise references Matthew Arnold's most famous poem as a portal, opening backwards and forward, into peace.
Nick Mercer, director of business operations at Matthew Arnold and Baldwin, said: "Before using SmartEye, employees had to run individual reports to see if they were reaching their targets.
Playfully, Davis uses a phrenological Victorian 'bump' as a clue to an element or situation characteristic of the age, existing (in Matthew Arnold's terms) halfway between the old and the new.
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As well as classic hits, the High Schools' Orchestra paid tribute to British Composer Matthew Arnold, who died this year, by performing his Grand Grand Overture.
"It is very important we remember the people who have been murdered, that we take the time to celebrate their lives," said Matthew Arnold.
because their [Homer, Dante] poetry is a poetry of metre, or of rhyme, or both; and the effect of these is not really transferable" (Matthew Arnold, "Isaiah of Jerusalem," in The Complete Prose Works of Matthew Arnold, ed.
A Longing like Despair is a passionate call for Victorian studies to return its attention to Matthew Arnold's poetry.
Of the low male voices, Matthew Arnold (Lord Sidney) and Fredrik Zetterstroem impressed, as did Canadian Robert Pomakov in a brief stint as the doctor to the girls of the establishment.