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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.
Thus, Erasmus's position, in an unusual turn, places him with Scholastic theologians and in opposition to Colet's return to the early Church Fathers.
"Doggett asked Andrew in 1967 whether he and Tim would write an end-of-term concert piece for the preparatory school, Colet Court.
In 2007 I spent two weeks undergoing therapy with Colet Lahoz and continued the acupuncture and herbal remedies after going home, although I did not alter my diet, which was already low in sugar and carbohydrates, high in vegetables and protein.
This new Latin edition with facing pages of English translation of English scholar John Colet's (1467-1519) commentary on Dionysus the Areopagite's Ecclesiasical Hierarchy is based on a manuscript in the British Library.
Throughout the letters, Flaubert expresses his desire to remake Colet in his image.
And although Flaubert once wrote to Louise Colet that he was "'a man.., worn by the excesses of solitude'" (278), Brown believes that his subject cannot be understood fully outside his literary and social coterie, which included luminary figures such as Maxime Du Camp, Emile Zola, Honore de Balzac, Victor Hugo, George Sand, Ivan Turgenev, Louise Bouilhet, Guy de Maupassant, Louise Colet, and Caroline Commanville.
As he points out, for years it was assumed that Flaubert's sexual experience was limited to an intermittent affair with the poetess Louise Colet. However, further investigation revealed a childhood/adolescent crush on his mother's friend Elisa Schlesinger, which was never consummated but nevertheless impacted all of his future relationships.
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.