The Virgin PhoenixThe Virgin Phoenix



Is that a good thing?Is female virginity still praised as it was in earlier times?What's the point of it anyhow?Does it matter?The author reviews the attitudes to female virginity, discussing the behaviour of both the ancient and the modern ...

Author: Richard Goodall

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ISBN: 1712932993

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Most English girls lose their virginity by the age of 16. Is that a good thing?Is female virginity still praised as it was in earlier times?What's the point of it anyhow?Does it matter?The author reviews the attitudes to female virginity, discussing the behaviour of both the ancient and the modern. He suggests that the present-day approach to an early, if not casual, surrender by woman of her virginity is open to abuse and that modern woman - and indeed society - might profit by a more restrained approach to underage sex.Amongst the matters considered by the author are religious attitudes to virginity and the increasingly popular debate concerning infibulations and excisions of the clitoris.The ravages of feminist fire have burnt out the virginity of British young girls. It is time for it to be reborn, phoenix-like.

The Virgin of El BarrioThe Virgin of El Barrio



A thorough ethnography that sweeps the reader into the world of Marian visionary Estela Ruiz, her family and followers, and the evangelizing ministries they have created in South Phoenix.

Author: Kristy Nabhan-Warren

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 0814758258

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A thorough ethnography that sweeps the reader into the world of Marian visionary Estela Ruiz, her family and followers, and the evangelizing ministries they have created in South Phoenix.

Phoenix ProjectPhoenix Project



The major north - striking , westdipping faults include the Virgin , Hayden ,
Monitor , Copper Canyon , and Plumas faults . Associated with the extensional
block faulting , widespread igneous activity emplaced granodiorite stocks and
dikes .

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The Colorado RiverThe Colorado River



The method used is briefly outlined as follows : ( a ) The annual inflow above the
irrigated area surrounding Phoenix was ... By subtracting the natural channel
losses , thus determined , from the estimated virgin inflow to the Phoenix area ...

Author: United States. Bureau of Reclamation

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ISBN: UOM:39015031941191

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The PhoenixThe Phoenix



... coming out of the east and turns gouththe same pattern and size as those now
used by the wards , at this moment the virgin Nats ' daughters Karens when
planting their “ Toungya ' paddytaking by turns the head of Brahm ( Sangkran )
fields ...

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HearingsHearings



A large quantity of the waters of the Gila used for irrigation in and above the
Phoenix area returns to the stream and is again diverted and used , with the
result that the diversions exceed its virgin flow . That these figures are excessive
may be ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs

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ISBN: UOM:39015022384955

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On the Return of the Phoenix and the Sothic PeriodOn the Return of the Phoenix and the Sothic Period



It is stated at length how the donation is to be applied , both for food and raiment ,
for the monks ; and also to celebrate all the festivals of the Virgin which are
ordered in the Book of Miracles , and which amounted to no less than thirty - two
 ...

Author: Samuel Sharpe

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105012172339

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The Works of Thomas Middleton Preface Introduction Blurt master constable The Ph nix Michaelmas termThe Works of Thomas Middleton Preface Introduction Blurt master constable The Ph nix Michaelmas term



... behold the virgin , . Wife to a well - esteemed gentleman , Loathing the sin he
follows . Let . I was betray'd ; yes , faith . Rear . His own mother , my lord , 120 1
So ed . 2.-Ed. I “ lustes . " 2 Old eds . Gent . " 3 Something seems to have dropped
 ...

Author: Thomas Middleton

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ISBN: IOWA:31858008013561

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PhoenixPhoenix



Thus , since the virgin nickel and chromium is a product , not a waste , the virgin
shipper is not considered a PRP even if the virgin product — not the recyclable —
created the contamination that is to be cleaned up . This unintended extension ...

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The Phoenix a monthly magazine for China Japan and eastern Asia ed by J SummersThe Phoenix a monthly magazine for China Japan and eastern Asia ed by J Summers



The virgin ate it and became pregnant . She gave birth to a son who could speak
from his birth and was remarkable for his stature and good looks ; on seeing him
the eldest sister exclaimed ' heaven has sent him to restore peace among us ...

Author: James Summers

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ISBN: OXFORD:555030426

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Mexican PhoenixMexican Phoenix



In The First America ( 1991 ) , I had already included a chapter on the Virgin
entitled ' Mexican Phoenix ' . Inspired by Francisco de la Maza's classic work ,
Mexican Guadalupanism ( 1952 ) , I there emphasized the patriotic motivation of
Miguel ...

Author: D. A. Brading

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521531608

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A paperback of David Brading's comprehensive study of the cult of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Geology and Ore Deposits 2000Geology and Ore Deposits 2000



The Virgin fault divides the Phoenix pit into east and west domains ( Figs . 5 and
6 ) . East of the Virgin Fault , the Harmony and Battle formations underlie the Top
of the World . The Battle Formation in this domain dips gently ( -10 ° ) southwest .

Author: Geological Society of Nevada. Symposium

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105110480568

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Bulletin de la Soci t N ophilologiqueBulletin de la Soci t N ophilologique



This essay employs the text of The Phoenix by N . F . Blake ( Manchester , 1964 )
. 2 John Bugge , “ The Virgin Phoenix " , Medieval Studies 38 ( 1976 ) , 332 - 50 .
He writes : “ . . . a closer scrutiny of the symbolic detail with which the Old ...

Author: Werner Soderhjelm

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ISBN: UOM:39015032117726

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Includes music.

The Phoenix ParadoxThe Phoenix Paradox



The central figure of the virgin goddess assumes several related forms
throughout this narrative , which is subjacent to the historical , or chronological ,
one . Embodied by Lydia Lawrence , she assumes the semblance not only of
Persephone ...

Author: Gail Porter Mandell

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ISBN: UOM:39015008273347

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This book traces D. H. Lawrence’s devel­opment as a poet from his earliest to his latest poems. Focusing on the revision of poems in the Collected Poems, 1928, Mandell uncovers the implicit auto­biographical narrative that underlies the collection and that dictates its structure. Lawrence rearranged and rewrote the poems to conform to a chronologic, thematic, and mythic plan, a plan he hints at in the unpublished Foreword to Collected Poems. In its final form, the poetry tells the story of Lawrence’s “demon,” a figure of his essential self, by recounting the chronological development of the “new” from the “old” self. Comparing form and content of ver­sions of representative poems from the collection, Mandell analyzes the evalu­ation not only of Lawrence’s poetic style but also of his ideas concerning human and physical nature. She contends that Lawrence was a mature poet with a de­veloped system of poetic and philosophi­cal thought by 1917, when he published Look! We Have Come Through! At that time he rewrote extensively. Through comparison of selected poems, several of which appear in print for the first time, we can reproduce Lawrence’s emen­dations and thus depict the creative mind at work.