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An organisation that contracts with an acquirer to supply systems, software or services under the terms of a contract.
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Mystere de la Charite continues the strategy begun in earnest with "Les Suppliants Paralleles" as Peguy again attempts to solve through literary creation anthropological riddles he cannot answer by other means.
In 2 Esdras 14, 22 the suppliant likewise prays for the skill which will enable him to convey his encounter with the divine experience.
On the advice of Princess Nausikaa, he offers himself as suppliant to Queen Arete, throwing himself in the ashes of her fireplace and stating, "my life is pain" (7.
But the very fact that Dryden approached the older man as a suppliant (while enjoying official privileges far beyond anything Milton had secured for himself in his days as bureaucrat to regicides) indicates in itself the progress of Dryden's own political philosophy, and the nature of his posthumous standing.
But as each object is hurled toward him, "it was overcome by the sweet harmony of his voice and lyre and came to rest at his feet like a suppliant seeking forgiveness for such a mad attack.
Go to the temples, go to the altars, bend as a suppliant at the knees of Agamemnon.
honorable toil, and becomes a suppliant for the official crumbs which
Ever reiterating the conclusion promised by its title, the play entwines two kinds of scenes: those in which Helen, Diana, and her mother make their way back to the king, seeking yet failing to find him until they finally catch him at Roussillon; and those at Roussillon where the Dowager Countess with the clown Lavatch and the counsellor Lafeu mourn reports of Helen's death, await the arrivals of Bertram and the king, and receive the suppliant Paroles.
Yet some, I ween, Not unforgiven the suppliant knee might bend, As to a visible Power, in which did blend All that was mixed and reconciled in Thee Of mother's love with maiden purity, Of high with low, celestial with terrene
To her, every suppliant was a universe in itself, to be judged apart, on his own merits, by his love for her--by no means on his orthodoxy, or his conventional standing in the Church, or according to his correctness in defining the nature of the Trinity" (274).