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  • 21Michel Shane — Born Michel Kenneth Shane October 8, 1955 (1955 10 08) (age 56) Montreal, Quebec, Canada Occupation Film producer Years active 1980s–present …

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  • 22prolusory — /prəˈluzəri/ (say pruh loohzuhree) adjective 1. serving for prolusion. 2. of the nature of a prolusion …

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  • 23prolusory — adjective of or relating to or having the character of a prolusion • Pertains to noun: ↑prolusion …

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  • 24pro|lu|sion — «proh LOO zhuhn», noun. 1. a preliminary: »But why such long prolusion and display, Such turning and adjustment of the harp? (Robert Browning). 2. an introductory exercise, performance, essay, or the like: »All this tiresome prolusion is only to… …

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  • 25prolusory — adjective see prolusion …

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  • 26Juan Eusebio Nieremberg — Juan Eusebio Nieremberg. Juan Eusebio Nieremberg y Otin (Madrid, 9 de septiembre de 1595 ibíd. 7 de abril de 1658), humanista, físico, biógrafo, teólogo y escritor ascético español perteneciente a la Compañía de Jesús. Biografía …

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  • 27Pedro Vicente Cañete — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pedro Vicente Cañete y Domínguez fue un funcionario y tratadista paraguayo de fines del Siglo XVIII y comienzos del XIX. Tuvo destacada actuación en Chile, Paraguay, el Río de la Plata y el Alto Perú. De los… …

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  • 28Proludieren — (lat.), ein Vorspiel machen; Prolusiōn, Vorspiel; Einladungsschrift …

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  • 29leid- — To play, jest. Suffixed o grade form *loid o . ludic, ludicrous; allude, collude, delude, elude, illusion, interlude, prelude, prolusion, from Latin lūdus, game, play, and …

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  • 30Johann Gottfried Zeiske — (* 26. Oktober 1686 in Elsterwerda; † 27. August 1756) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Pädagoge. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Schüler 3 Werke (Auswahl) …

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  • 31preface — I noun beginning, commencement, exordium, foreword, introduction, introductory part, opening, overture, praefatio, preamble, prefatory note, preliminary comment, preliminary statement, prelude, prelusion, proem, prolegomenon, prolusion, prooemium …

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  • 32VALLA (L.) — En ces temps de faveur renouvelée pour le nominalisme et la critique des universaux, il est bon d’aller demander à Lorenzo Valla, un maître de l’humanisme italien, comment la culture de la péninsule est parvenue, dès la première moitié du XVe… …

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  • 33precedence — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Coming before Nouns 1. precedence, coming before; superiority, importance, preference; priority, preexistence; antecedence, precedency, antecedency, anteposition, anteriority, pecking order. 2.… …

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  • 34Precursor — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Precursor >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 precursor precursor antecedent precedent predecessor Sgm: N 1 forerunner forerunner vancourier avant coureur pioneer prodrome| prodromos prodromus outrider …

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  • 35preface — n. Introduction, preamble, proem, prelude, prolegomena, exordium, preliminary, prelusion, prolusion. See prologue …

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  • 36readying — noun the activity of putting or setting in order in advance of some act or purpose preparations for the ceremony had begun • Syn: ↑preparation • Derivationally related forms: ↑ready, ↑prepare (for: ↑preparation) …

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  • 37textual matter — noun the words of something written there were more than a thousand words of text they handed out the printed text of the mayor s speech he wants to reconstruct the original text • Syn: ↑text • Derivationally related forms: ↑textual ( …

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  • 38tune-up — noun 1. exercising in preparation for strenuous activity • Syn: ↑warm up, ↑prolusion • Derivationally related forms: ↑warm up (for: ↑warm up) • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 39warm-up — noun exercising in preparation for strenuous activity (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑tune up, ↑prolusion • Derivationally related forms: ↑warm up • Hypernyms: ↑preparation, ↑readying …

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  • 40pro|lu|so|ry — «proh LOO suhr ee», adjective. serving for prolusion; introductory …

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