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of travels for leisure. The short stories provide a cross-section of passengers: besides people of various ages and occupations, we also witness the wanderings of animals, objects, ideas and desires. Most of the narratives are related from an external

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thesis. Late antique animal brooches in SE Alps. Manuscript] . Ljubljana 2005 . Knific 1994 = T. Knific : Vranje near Sevnica: A late Roman settlement in the light of certain pottery finds . AV 45 ( 1994 ) 211 – 237 . Knific 1995 = T

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Social Change, Dress and Identity

Observations on the Disintegration of Peasant Culture as Exemplified by Rural Women’s Clothing in Hungary from the First World War to the End of the Kádár Era Socialism

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Ágnes Fülemile

peasantry. 56 Practically, it targeted for elimination and termination the autonomy of peasant existence. The land 57 (along with the expropriated animals and tools), which was the basis of subsistence of the family household around which values and

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stands to the language of Mozart, and finally to that of Beethoven, in the same relation as did the Egyptian Sphinx to Grecian sculpture; and, in the same way as the Sphinx with its human face seems to strive to quit its animal body, so does the noble

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to heal sick men, women, and children, along with animals. Another piece of evidence used against her was her proven ownership of at least one copy of the Gospel of John, which was itself often used as a charm. 3 Nearly a century before Gwen obtained

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’ b. /ʕa mm / [ʕa mm ] ‘uncle’ c. /ka ff / [ka ff ] ‘palm’ d. /du bb / [du bb ] ‘bear (animal)’ e. /ba ss / [ba ss ] ‘enough’ f. /bi ss / [bi ss ] ‘cat’ g. /fi kk / [fi kk ] ‘open!’ (imperative) h. /ɡu bb / [ɡu bb ] ‘kick!’ (imperative) i. /ku ff / [ku

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harm” the sufferer with their threat, that person was a witch: “persons that bring harm to the innocent by threats (…) after many threats, harming and bewitching many innocent, god-fearing people in their person and their belongings and animals, or in

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some cases family, animal, or geographical names. 4 We use the greater-than sign not to mean ‘turns into’, but to symbolize that the base form is semantically ‘greater than’ the diminutive to its right. 5 Adjectives are optionally also subject to being

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, assimilant l’hiver à un animal malfaisant plutôt qu’à un être humain ; l’allusion serait alors renforcée par la formule in orbe (orbes désigne les anneaux du serpent, e.g. chez Luc. 6. 488). Cependant, l’image du reptile s’accorde mal avec le second verbe

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likewise. He extends his arms and starts after the Girl.The Girl flees, - the Mandarin in her footsteps - his eyes fixed on her - his face distorted and begging like that of a sick animal.A chase begins. Bartók’s Hungarian word for the “chase,” “hajsza,” is

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