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In his tragedies, 'Sejanus' and 'Catiline,' he excluded comic material; for the most part he kept scenes of death and violence off the stage; and he very carefully and slowly constructed plays which have nothing, indeed, of the poetic greatness of Sophocles or Euripides (rather a Jonsonese broad solidity) but which move steadily to their climaxes and then on to the catastrophes in the compact classical manner.
He emphasizes that there is much greatness within the Liberian people and culture, indicating that if that greatness becomes thoroughly interwoven with critical Christian principles, God will see and respond.Dr.
According to him, Malta Guinness team is in the business of fueling the greatness of Nigerians with Malta Guinness filled with Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, which revitalizes the body.
'Greatness should be understood in terms of Greek tragedy: We are not speaking of perfect beings, or the 'best President in the solar system,' but instead restless mortals who dedicate their lives to pursuing a cause bigger than themselves, no matter the sacrifices it entails.' (Richard Hydarian,'Mahathir: The last tital of Asia', Horizons, Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 12, 2019).
Governor said that "our religion Islam has also admitted greatness of workers and has ordered their wages should be paid before their sweat goes dry".
Searching for something to watch on ICE, Emirates airline's in-flight entertainment system, I stumbled across the documentary "In Search of Greatness".
KARACHI -- The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP) organized the tenth CFO Conference, in Karachi and Islamabad with theme 5 Steps to Greatness - Rising to Your True Potential CFO and Beyond.
In one of his most famous lines, Shakespeare wrote, 'some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em.'
Given his nartisic personality, I am certainly not convinced that he wants greatness for us average citizens but rather recognition for himself.
MULTAN -- By Jehangir Khan Tareen In William Shakespeare's comedy ' Twelfth Night' Malvolio, a steward of play's main character, Viola, says ; Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them.
Drawing its perfection and its energy from the sources of sacred geometry, Oud for Greatness breathes out a force of nature, the wake of greatness.
But they're going to play the whole album in full, a nod its greatness. Why not nod towards the greatness of The Empire Music Hall, Belfast, on Sunday, May 26.
Now in her "Manifesting Your Greatness: An Oracle Deck" she offers pearls of wisdom like "Explore Your Depths" or nuggets of truth like "It's Not Even about You".
"This majestic monument emanates an aura of greatness. The greatness of the heroes of the First World War, who fought and fell for their country," he said.
MoviePass Films and Art of Sport, the newly-formed, sports-centric distribution entity behind Cannes Alum Gabe Polsky's upcoming feature-length documentary, In Search Of Greatness, have teamed up to bring MoviePass Films on board the project as an investor and strategic marketing partner ahead of the film's early-November theatrical release.