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Jim Figora, a junior art major, putts for the hole on the fourth hole at the disc golf course Wednesday evening. "Disc golf is a great way to take your mind off the stresses in the world." Figora said

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Title: Empresas espirituales y morales ...

Identifier: empresasespiritu00vill

Year: 1613 (1610s)

Authors: Villava, Juan Francisco de

Subjects: Devotional literature Meditations

Publisher: Baeça : Fernando Diaz de Montoya

  

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eucídcsíegudizc FIIdí©^ y . EMPRESA SSXTué. TUniJih^ es, que fon tancudicíofas y amigas de comer lan-ío, c^í,27 g,oítas,qac qaajKio las miuffcsdcl n)onrc Csfio ci-tan en vereca y flor, y fe las come cÜapcüif^racanaiía, demandan al Gicloios vezinos, que acudan eí-tasaucs para que fe lascomany acabco,y aisiio hazcn en etcüo. Biua figora de loque paila enlosa^uaro5,y es-, que ya qoe.con taofs cudícía roban loagcnoj no es para guzarlojfioo para que otros co-man y ciiunfe^/coátcntandoíexiios con comer langoítay, y psííar vida milcrable. Por cfta caufa le^dBfhe. dize el Apoilol a cfte.vício,feruíüubrc de ídolos,!• porque ay muchos que el dinero no lo tienen fino para hazcTlcadoracion, porque les parece que eiomnípotentccomo Dios, y afií le facrifican fu co^fa^on, hazen penitencia en íüíeTaicIo y le ofrece»íangrc de pobres, Paíiando puescn la cu-jdicla lo que paíía entre las langoftasy cílas aues, no es mucho quealcudicíofo fe ié de cilaEmprcfa. L ^ .i

 

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Title: Cornelii Giselberti Plempii Amsterodamum monogrammon

Identifier: corneliigiselber00plem

Year: 1616 (1610s)

Authors: Plemp, C. G Plemp, C. G. Quisquiliae, seu, Elegiarum liber unus Plemp, C. G. Emblemata quinquaginta Sichem, Christoffel van, ca. 1546-1624 Sichem, Christoffel van, 1581?-1658

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Publisher: Amsterodami : Apud Ioannem VValschardum

  

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VitM^te^AntDm^perimas Cleopatra fepulchrOr Abdit fe vitam ceupofitura fuo,Credo fciehat enimfnequa nec^i^vere pojjes:^ Antmiynec t^fejlnepofe mori.O dedit iila fuo quantum tibi <vulnm amanti - C^far ut Augufim fur^eret, illuderat.G^farefed vtcio mox ipfa uti Roma iaceres: NobHim reqnrM Txomdfutura njiri.Femrna, non hoftes facile efifed ^incere amantes C^far amans verbis^re tamen hojiis erat. ■:i 1B M,B L E M A T A: E M B L. XVI i K f^f

 

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tr^C rofa purfmreisfmilu, Safleh labellis^ Efl nmC:,fed non eft pulchrafntura dtu.Sic Deafspatiorjic magnus amantihus igniSy AEtnaquenonuno nchilis Empedoclt^-Vrethjems ifiam.qua nunc micat ardua^formanLj ^; Et decm extinguent figora cana tuunu.Hoc ego^ nil(j^ aliud iam te^Baflei^^voleh^ n^: Gerta^uideharis non fatis ejfe mihi» s 3 f4* C P L E M P I f E M B L. KI r.

  

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Title: Cornelii Giselberti Plempii Amsterodamum monogrammon

Identifier: corneliigiselber00plem

Year: 1616 (1610s)

Authors: Plemp, C. G Plemp, C. G. Quisquiliae, seu, Elegiarum liber unus Plemp, C. G. Emblemata quinquaginta Sichem, Christoffel van, ca. 1546-1624 Sichem, Christoffel van, 1581?-1658

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Publisher: Amsterodami : Apud Ioannem VValschardum

  

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tr^C rofa purfmreisfmilu, Safleh labellis^ Efl nmC:,fed non eft pulchrafntura dtu.Sic Deafspatiorjic magnus amantihus igniSy AEtnaquenonuno nchilis Empedoclt^-Vrethjems ifiam.qua nunc micat ardua^formanLj ^; Et decm extinguent figora cana tuunu.Hoc ego^ nil(j^ aliud iam te^Baflei^^voleh^ n^: Gerta^uideharis non fatis ejfe mihi» s 3 f4* C P L E M P I f E M B L. KI r.

 

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Emergis tepiduSymox attamen ardum ardes.Numpdet in curru, PhAbe.yCupido tuo ? i^Tam magts^ac magis^ac ma^is,ac maojs illepuellm Ex Immili fnrgens corda per alta calet.llle fiiis totumfammis maleperdidtt orbemj>. Non alius^pMtOjfc a Phaetontefuit.JSec tantum accendit terras, jed ^ afira • ^irumque /Aaxim-apars Superosfemper amareputant.^Turbaojue laudamuf magnorum exempla Deorptm: hlojque Dtjs reddi famuramorepares.Hinc qmpromittunt vulgo pojtfata falutem.■ PofipoftaVenerem^virgimtatecolunt» IMBLEMATA.£ M B L. XX. 1*1

  

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Jim Figora, a junior art major, putts for the hole on the fourth hole at the disc golf course Wednesday evening. "Disc golf is a great way to take your mind off the stresses in the world." Figora said

Title: Della piu che novissima iconologia

Identifier: dellapiuchenovis02ripa

Year: 1630 (1630s)

Authors: Ripa, Cesare, 1560-1645 Castellini, Giovanni Zaratino, 1570-1641 Duke University. Library. Gilbert Collection

Subjects: Emblems

Publisher: Padoua, Per Donato Pasquardi

  

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t.ipienodi lóeulle; fiprendeil lèlTo -per Io-vigore 3 & perlapoflàn2afopra icolpii,«olii & federati.. • IJ cok»noflro,fignifica iraj&^endettajlà^sferzacJapcnaàglJjhuomini piiìdójjnidi perdo-jioyp(ercorfegerhj& rimenarli nella buona via:fecondò ililétto. Ilfulòiihe è fegno ilei c^/ìigo di coloro j che©liitìatamcn te pcrlttterano nd peccato^credcii dofialla-fine della .vita ageuoJmente impetraleda E) io perdono.. Significaetiandiò il fulmine là cadìira dal^ciiniichepervie torte, & ingiufle fonoad altif-fimi gradi della gloria pemenuti joue quando-più iuperbamenteiìedono non altrimenti che-folgora precipitofi, Gafcananelle mifèriej 6;^calamità. Perde Iocu(le,cheriempiono4*aere, & la rerrra sintendeIHniuerfal caftigo/che Iddio man-da alfe volteibpra ai popoli, acennandoff lht-lloria de^agelli dEgitto^man^ati per cagiojKj;della •j?erdnaciaj& olliiuta yogMx di Firaone^ tOB^ «Inolopa^t Pr&à.v té>^-: >?lK:;;i,- c > r,, -^;

 

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DONK A armata,8irvcftitadi]ioflarOj&le fi dcue oiTeruare la fìfonomia,hauerà ilcorpo largo, la flatiira dritta, loffa grandinìipetto carnofcil coIordelJa faccia fofco^i capeili ricci,& duriilocchio liicidoj.non moho aper-to^ nella deftra mano terrà vnha/UjCon vn ra-mo di rouerej& nel braccio finii!ro vno feudo,inmc20 del quale vi fia dipinto vn Leone chesazzuffi con vn cignale. -, Leflércitarfiin torno alle, cofé difficili scon-uiene à tutte le virtù pàttic^^larijnòntlimeno laTortezza principalmente ha qucfto riguardo j e•tutto il fuo inén to è di ioppcfrtar ogni auiiem-, mento con animo iniiitto, per amor della vir-fù.Si fa donna,non per dichiarare, che à cofiu-Vni f cminìli debba auuicinarfi lhuomo fcrte_:>;ma per accominodare la figóra al médo di par-lare, ouero perche efièndo ogni virtù ipccie delverojbello, & appetibile, il quale fi^gode con •]•-intelJetio , (& attribuendoci volgarhiénte il i>eIIo alle don ne ^ fi potrà quello

  

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Title: Iconologia

Identifier: iconologia00ripa

Year: 1645 (1640s)

Authors: Ripa, Cesare, 1560-1645 Castellini, Giovanni Zaratino, 1570-1641 Duke University. Library. Gilbert Collection

Subjects: Emblem books, Italian Emblems

Publisher: In Venetia : Presso Cristoforo Tomasini

  

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ormentante affligge 1 huomo » pet labtuttczza,dishoncre,e danno dellerror com-imeflo,giudicato dalla confcienzaj onde il Profera nel Salmo iS.così dice. Non è pace nel-lofsamie della faccia dei peccato mio. Il color del vellimento, & il percoterfi itpetto fignifìcano dolore, & renderfi in- colpadeglerrori commefiì, per le ragioni dette difopra. Lo flare inginpcchfoni mirando il Ciclo edimandar perdono delle ofifefe fatte à Dio perpropria colpa. Il Pellicano dice S.Girolamo, che doppohauer col becco vccifi ifuoi figliuoli, ftà tregiorninel nido continuamente piangendo, ilche è vero efFetro del p€ntimentD>comc difscil Rufcelli ncllinrprefa del Cardinale dAu-gufla à fimil propofito : Delle lagrime parlaOuidio nel lib.p. dcHe Metamorf. ncHAlle»gonadi Biblirrarmutatain fonte, per efscm»pio, che quando ci vediamo giunti à penitcn-ria di qualche noflro errore, debbiamo tifo!uercrin lagrime, per fegno, che fiame vera-meo to pentiti. PERI- p Libro Secondo.RI e O 481 o.

 

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VNgiottane, chccaminando per via pie-na dhetbette» 6:fiori calpcfti vn fet-penteiil quale riaolgcndod Ara in atto fiero dimorficargli la gamba, gli fra vicino dalla par-te deftra vn prccipitio» SC dalla finiftra vn tor-rente dac^ua^Sarà appoggiato advna dcbolcanna,& dal cielo fi veggia cadere vn folgore. Ancorché lo ft3to,& la vita sì del Giouane,.come del vecchio fia fallace, & dubbiofa di-cendo il Signor Dio generalmente à tutti,£-Jìote parati quiamfcitis» ncque dicm» neqtte ho-ram > tutrauia il giouane ftà io maggior peri-colo dd vecchio per laudacia, ardite,& Vigo-re,il quale la^fà,che precipitofamente fi efpon-ghi fotto ad infiniti pericoli. Quefta fìgora del pericolo in forraadi Gio-uane morfato da fcrpe in via fiorita, mi fa fou-uenitevncafofttcccfioà Bagnacauallo advnGiouane il quale andando per vnx> ameno ca-po con larchibugio su la fpalla vide vn ferpe,pigliò là mira per vcciderla : mi larchibugiocrepatofi vccife lut,& là ferpe fugg

  

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Title: Zoologisch-kritische Bemerkungen zu Aristoteles Thiergeschichte [microform]

Identifier: 4777348

Year: 1857 (1850s)

Authors: Sonnenburg, L

Subjects: Aristotle; Zoology

Publisher: Bonn : Carl Georgi

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  

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hfl» irolittiludttt Ib den heiHgen ßd^ten wird BttMtt oft «wfthiit *)• ' t9b^ V^ nun Herodot das afrikanische Rhinoceros einen Esel mit Hörneni nennt, so erscheint bei Aristoteles nnd Ctesias das indische Rhinoceros als Esel mit Einem Home. Die Nachrichten, welche sich bei beiden Schriftstellern hier- tbef finden, lassen sich, wie Cuvier^) richtig bemerkt, anf kein anderes Thier^, der Hauptsache nach beziehen. Jedenfalls würde man sehr irren, wenn man mit .>i^¥iegmannO glauben wollte, Aristoteles habe das fabelhafte Einhorn") im Sinne gehabt, ein Wesen, das wie die Sphinx und der Greif schon bei den Alten als Product der Einbildungskraft ^ und künstlerischer ThStigkeit vorhanden war. Der Name Rhinoceros findet isich freilich erst bei Agatharchides (um 120 y. Chr.}; es folgt daraus aber gar nicht, dass das Thier früher unbekannt war. Die Ansicht, dass es schon dem Aristoteles bekannt gewesen sei, ist sicher alt; denn bei Pseudo-Callisthenes '^) wird in einem Briefe des Alexander an Aristote- les das Rhinoceros unter den indischen Thieren erwähnt. Es wurde auch schon seit Pompejus Zeiten, wie PliniusO erzählt, in Rom öfter gezeigt, und die indi- schen Kaufleute pflegten ihre Droguen in Schläuchen aus der Haut des Rhino- ceros zu yersenden. Ohne Zweifel war das wegen seiner Festigkeit bewunderte Hörn des scythischen Esels, welches nach Aelian'O Alexander dem delphischen Apollo weihte, ein Rhinoceroshorn. Tychsen') hat sogar versucht, den Ursprung des Namens, den die Braminen**^ dem indischen Esel beigelegt haben sollen. ■'--■■ .i ■ ■ »; '/*■' f^ &■■■ 1) Deuteron. 88. t. 17. lob 88. t. 9. Psalm 22. t. 22; 29. t. 26. Boohart, Hierozoicon p. 814. 886. 344. widerspricht dieser ErklXmng, weil er irriger Weise glaubte, das Thier habe nur Ein Hom, and weil dem Reem (Deateron. 88. y. 17) zwei Homer beigelegt werden.^ Dagegen sagt Linn6 anriohtiger Weise Toatv Indischen Rhinoceros: „Itkxa. lobe memoratos sab nomine Reem." -':■■'- 'fj.'X'.'^k''■:'[':^ V 2) CuTier zu Plin. Hist Nat Excutb. IV. p. 680. ' < ^'^'^ i" - :- 8) a. a. a p. 86. " 4) Liohtensteln, über die Antilopen des nSrdlichen Afrika. Abh. d. KSnicL, Ac*d. d« Wlumwnh., (a B«diii 1824. p. 195. -.• . . .:f?c ... . vA. 5) Gesner, de quadrap. vivip. p. 781 widmet, am dem Geschmack sdner Z^t zu genfigen, aaeh dem Einhorn einen ausgedehnten Artikel, setzt aber unter seine Abbüdang, welche ohngefShr das Einhorn aas Englands Wappen darstellt, die Worte: Figora haec tafiB eet, qualis a pletoiibuB fere hodie pii^tor, de qoa «erti nihil habeo. ■ ^.'' ' ■ , ..; «) m. 17. p. 122. MuelL ' ; '< "■ . * 7) VUL 29 und XH. 15. V'^-' ■■ 8) De nat animal. X. 40. ;■"—,'■■ ■•■'..' -■ m '''- \ 9) Heeren, Ideen L Abth. L p. 615. '•' 10) Adian. De nat aninuO. XVL 20. ' .1. . • ■ . . - ■ ., •. ^ ' ,- m4 ■ M 1 , <-^<K v-5-,-,..» t/v .-■■«!?:. '■m (M^ ''■■■'%■' _ ^^... j^- ■;.;:*-«■,< :*,""^" .*« ~ * j^ ■ :^: ■

  

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Title: Epitoma chyromantico di Patritio Tricasso da Cerasari Mantouano : nel quale si contiene tutte l'opere per esso Tricasso in questa scientia composte, con assai figure, & dichiarationi agiunte ; facilissimo ad imparare, & in breuissimo tempo

Identifier: epitomachyromant00tric

Year: 1538 (1530s)

Authors: Tricasso, Patricio

Subjects: Palmistry

Publisher: Stampato in Venetia : Per Agostino de Bindoni

  

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tra quefli due modi viri-mi vi è gran differenza, perche effendo nel fuo principio fopra la vitale, fignifica buona fone, e pro-fperità per fua virtù? ouer patentela^ e quando fia-# al 4$ al terzo modo > cioè nel rtSohte della mltno ; fì^ni^ fica buona forte per altrui fauorc, e benemeriti, efignifìca ancor viaggi. Vn*altra linea ancor li ri*troua alcune volte > quale fi parte da quefto conca*uoj Scafcende allanulare {comeè notato nella^Iprefente figura^ quaic detta linea folare, e fignìiì-ica grandifsimi tauoriappreffo Signorile Prelati, &huomini potcntifsimi ; e tanto più > quando foffemolto eftenfa nel triangolo verfo langolo deftro> €quando foffe folo dalla naturale à eflo anulare, fi-gnifìca manco effetto, e manco fauore, e quandofofse, dalla menfalcSc efso anularchauerd folo amicitia,ma non molto vtilità»ne fauoreje denota ami.citiaancor di perfone nobili, & huomo molto af-fabile , e piacevole , & virtuofo, Figora la.Scgeelafigwrajw Oip^*

 

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f^^^^llayk lattea^ ^^^^lolov«ereo* lìnea Mere:i<-njaff ancoraTn srtralinea, quale èdettali-n?a lattea, e fi tin, ^«a *> wc modbii primo é quan- 47juando afcendc dalla rafetta nel monte della ma-io i e seftcnde verfo il monte auricolare, e finifceDpra la mcnfalc » verfo la percuffione, e fìgniiìca^uomini effeminati > e patire danni per cioniie >c-#anto più# quanto che fìnifce in elTa percursione.1 fecondo è quando hi il (uo principio nelPangoloeftro, e forfì nel monte del police, & afcende allonte auricolare, oltre la menfale, e fignifì^a buo-a forte per donne? e Prelati. Il terzo è quando hiTuo principio verfo langolo deftro, & afcende-»^r mezzo il monte della mano verfo ilmonte au-icolare, e figninca profperità fìmilmente per cau-I di Prelatije di perfonc nobili; e potenti> e di que-b.feguit-a la figura quarta. Bel Figura quarta

  

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URMIA's 45th Annual Conference, Unbridled Champions of Risk, was held in Louisville, KY.

 

WELCOME AND ASSOCIATION HIGHLIGHTS - President Anita Ingram, Executive Director Jenny Whittington, and Conference Chairs Steve Bryant, Luke Figora, and Kathy Hargis

 

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URMIA's 45th Annual Conference, Unbridled Champions of Risk, was held in Louisville, KY.

 

WELCOME AND ASSOCIATION HIGHLIGHTS - President Anita Ingram, Executive Director Jenny Whittington, and Conference Chairs Steve Bryant, Luke Figora, and Kathy Hargis

 

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URMIA's 45th Annual Conference, Unbridled Champions of Risk, was held in Louisville, KY.

 

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Mistakes get printed all the time. Or, the band must've been gone for seven years working on its doctorate... you believe what you want.

These toys are usually purchased from a local thrift store and used in the show either as props to smash, (army men) or as instruments (Alphie computer thingy on the left)

Figora is a DeKalb native, Japaneese noise band with a hip hop bent.

These are some of the things they use to create thier very special brand of Rock.

Ezmerelda, Sahara Dunes, and Ysabella Figora preparing for a performance at Barracuda in Portland, OR for Hot Flash

Side-Sho-Gun enterd himself in the Otto's holloween costume contest as "Patrick the Football player"

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Saverio and Nate chat it up with Betsy (that's the top of her head)

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