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Devils and demons

Personalized sources of EVIL. The two words mean about the same thing, though demons may be subordinate to a principal devil, or to SATAN, the chief of the forces of evil in Western religion. Most traditional religions have given a place to individual powers that work wickedness in the world, and usually are related to a principle of cosmic evil. These entities may be called...


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Promenades Philosophiques

Apporter en physique (au sens aristotélicien) et en psychologie — c\'est-à-dire partout, — l\'exactitude : qualité rare. Remy de Gourmont, nous montre une fois de plus qu\'il la possède. Elle est inscrite virtuellement sur toutes les pages de son nouveau Livre, 3e série de ses Promenades Philosophiques, comme elle était sur son précédent, paru...


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Laitière et le pot au lait

Introduction  C’est une des fables les plus connues de La Fontaine, et pour cause : elle est exceptionnelle dans le corpus de l’auteur dans la mesure où le personnage est humain – une femme. Dans ce tableau rustique, la fable se construit uniquement sur des glissements. Elle rejoint le débat sur le rôle de l’imagination : l’auteur nous communique...


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Commentaire ¡ como cansa descansar !

ANALISIS DE ¡CÓMO CANSA DESCANSAR!   PRESENTACIÓN:   Este documento es un texto de Carmen Rico Godoy, publicado en la revista Cambio 16. El tema principal presentado es las vacaciones de verano en familia. Pone en escena a una familia media española, compuesta por el padre, la madre, los dos hijos y la abuela. Lo insólito es que excepcionalmente, deciden pasar las...


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MOLIERE, Dom Juan ou le Festin de Pierre, 1665 * La scène est en Sicile. ACTE I Scène I SGANARELLE , GUSMAN.

MOLIERE, Dom Juan ou le Festin de Pierre, 1665                   La scène est en Sicile. Extrait 1                                                                                                ACTE I    Scène I SGANARELLE , GUSMAN.   SGANARELLE , tenant une tabatière  Quoi que puisse dire Aristote et toute la philosophie, il n'est rien d'égal au tabac : c'est la passion des honnêtes gens, et qui vit sans tabac...


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Ernest Hemingway - USA History.

Ernest Hemingway - USA History. I INTRODUCTION Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), American novelist and short-story writer, whose style is characterized by crispness, laconic dialogue, and emotional understatement. Hemingway's writings and his personal life exerted a profound influence on many American writers, both during his lifetime and since his death. Many of his works are regarded as classics of American literature. Ernest Miller Hemingway was born...


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Robert Frost.

Robert Frost. I INTRODUCTION Robert Frost (1874-1963), American poet, who drew his images from the New England countryside and his language from New England speech. Although Frost's images and voice often seem familiar and old, his observations have an edge of skepticism and irony that make his work, upon rereading, never as old-fashioned, easy, or carefree as it first appears. In being both...


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Emily Dickinson.

Emily Dickinson. I INTRODUCTION Emily Dickinson (1830-1886), America's best-known female poet and one of the foremost authors in American literature. Dickinson's simply constructed yet intensely felt, acutely intellectual writings take as their subject issues vital to humanity: the agonies and ecstasies of love, sexuality, the unfathomable nature of death, the horrors of war, God and religious belief, the importance of humor, and musings...


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Marsupial - biology.

Marsupial - biology. I INTRODUCTION Marsupial, common name for a group of mammals typically distinguished by a pouch in the female, called a marsupium, where offspring are carried. The kangaroo, koala, wombat, and opossum are well-known marsupials, as are other less-familiar animals, such as the numbat, bandicoot, ringtail possum, and thylacine. These unusual creatures range in size from the tiny, mouselike ningaui, which...


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Mollusk - biology.

Mollusk - biology. I INTRODUCTION Mollusk, common name for members of a phylum of soft-bodied animals (Latin mollus, "soft"), usually with a hard external shell. Familiar mollusks include the clam, oyster, snail, slug, octopus, and squid. The mollusk phylum is the second largest in the animal kingdom, after the arthropods. Earlier estimates of the number of mollusk species sometimes exceeded 100,000, but more...


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Cockroach - biology.

Cockroach - biology. I INTRODUCTION Cockroach, common name for an order of insects, the most familiar of which are characterized by their oval shape, foul odor, and their status as household pests. About 4000 species are known worldwide; most inhabit the warm tropical regions of the globe. About 25 species have attained worldwide distribution due to accidental transport in commerce and their affinity...


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Protista - biology.

Protista - biology. I INTRODUCTION Protista, group of comparatively simple organisms, called protists, that have characteristics of both plants and animals. Most protists are unicellular (consisting of a single cell) and can only be seen with a microscope, although there are some that are composed of more than one cell. There are a wide variety of protists, and they inhabit many different environments--fresh...


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Sulfur - chemistry.

Sulfur - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Sulfur, symbol S, tasteless, odorless, light yellow nonmetallic element. Sulfur is in group 16 (or VIa) of the periodic table (see Periodic Law). Its atomic number is 16, and its atomic weight is 32.064. Also called brimstone, sulfur has been known since prehistoric times and is mentioned in the Bible and classical records. Because of its flammability, alchemists...


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Mountain.

Mountain. I INTRODUCTION Mountain, name usually applied to region of land that is raised rather steeply above the surrounding terrain. Mountains are distinguishable from plateaus by mountains' usually limited summit area (mountains are generally much narrower at the top than at the base) and they are distinguishable from hills by mountains' generally higher elevation. The elevation, or altitude, of a mountain is given...


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Santa Claus I INTRODUCTION Santa Claus, legendary bringer of gifts at Christmas.

Santa Claus I INTRODUCTION Santa Claus, legendary bringer of gifts at Christmas. He is generally depicted as a fat, jolly man with a white beard, dressed in a red suit trimmed with white, and driving a sleigh full of toys drawn through the air by eight reindeer. Santa (also called Saint Nicholas and Saint Nick) is said to visit on Christmas Eve,...


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Ernest Hemingway I INTRODUCTION Ernest Hemingway Twentieth-century American author Ernest Hemingway wrote novels and stories that reflected his rich life experiences as a war correspondent, outdoor sportsman, and bullfight enthusiast.

Ernest Hemingway I INTRODUCTION Ernest Hemingway Twentieth-century American author Ernest Hemingway wrote novels and stories that reflected his rich life experiences as a war correspondent, outdoor sportsman, and bullfight enthusiast. His writing style is simple yet vivid, and his characters embody the idea of "grace under pressure." Archive Photos Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), American novelist and short-story writer, whose style is characterized by crispness, laconic dialogue, and...


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Emily Dickinson I INTRODUCTION Emily Dickinson Heralded as one of the most gifted American writers, Emily Dickinson authored nearly 2,000 poems.

Emily Dickinson I INTRODUCTION Emily Dickinson Heralded as one of the most gifted American writers, Emily Dickinson authored nearly 2,000 poems. Most were published after her death in 1886. As exemplified in this poem, "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" (recited by an actor), Dickinson focused on themes relating to death, eternity, and love, usually in short four-line stanzas. (p) 1992 Microsoft Corporation. All...


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Bourgeoisie - Soziologie.

Bourgeoisie - Soziologie. 1 EINLEITUNG Bourgeoisie (von französisch bourg: Marktflecken), heute überwiegend polemisch verwendete Bezeichnung für die ökonomisch, politisch und ideologisch dominante, tonangebende Schicht innerhalb des Bürgertums. In der frühen Neuzeit war der Begriff Bourgeoisie in Frankreich und später auch anderen europäischen Ländern ursprünglich eine wertneutrale Bezeichnung für die städtische, wohlhabende Bürgerschaft. Seit der Französischen Revolution ist Bourgeois (der Angehörige dieser Schicht) im Sinne...


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Las aves - (exposé gratuit en espagnol).

Las aves - (exposé gratuit en espagnol). - (exposé gratuit en espagnol). Si te preguntaran qué es un ave, ¿qué contestarías? Piensa bien la respuesta. ¿Dirías que un ave es un animal que puede volar? Tal vez sí; pero las mariposas y las abejas también pueden volar, y no son aves. Además, los pingüinos, los avestruces y los kiwis son aves,...


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Cetáceos - ciencias de la naturaleza.

Cetáceos - ciencias de la naturaleza. 1 INTRODUCCIÓN Cetáceos Los cetáceos se clasifican en dos grupos: los cetáceos con dientes, como los delfines o el cachalote, y los cetáceos con barbas, como la ballena jorobada mostrada en la imagen. Las barbas son placas córneas que cuelgan de la mandíbula superior de la ballena y ayudan a filtrar el plancton de las toneladas de agua...


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