(10,18-22) Yet, hyperuricemia is expected to precede the possible secondary complications (increased creatinine/urea and saturnine
gout) related with nephrotoxicity.
Devlin, 'a saturnine
Irishman' in Mailer's words, was hired by him in 1948 to edit Naked.
Yet many readers not already captivated by his saturnine
writings might well be drawn into their orbit after reading Christina Hunsche's Textereignisse und Scblachtenbilder.
The key difference however is that popular Western descriptions of this biotype depict a kind of Saturnine
old man; bearded, grumpy, distracted by his pontifications and somewhat disillusioned.
He persuasively remarks that a saturnine
belief in fatalism will become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
He rejects Howe's optimistic faith in the capacity of writers to evoke plausible models of "heroic struggle" in what he sees as, borrowing Winston Churchill's saturnine
words, "the terrible twentieth century" (12, 1).
Writing in 1884, Verlaine described "Les Effares" in the following (allusively Saturnine
, the heroine, takes the RER local train to get to Bluebeard's mansion, where a suspiciously cheap rental awaits her.
If something may be said about the sulphur of gold, though, the separation thereof is supremely difficult and the ordinary modes thereof used by artists, as already mentioned, by saline, saturnine
, or urinous solvents, are not at all suitable, much less can it be captured by those weaker things, the spirits of manna, dew, honey, wine, or hart's horn.
Goetzel, in fact, chose to repeat it for an encore, so we were duly sated (perhaps overly so) with the glory of saluting the empress of fate and her saturnine
Abu Ma'sar provided an extensive list of saturnine
traits, many of which directly relate to Ignatius Reilly.
it assumes the past repeats itself, which hardly seems likely, and that the past can be understood by posterity as offering simple moral lessons--history as a kind of McGuffey's Reader writ large--when in fact history is almost never morally binary, but rather bears out Walter Benjamin's saturnine
claim that every document of civilization is also a document of barbarism.