The Origins of Evil in Hindu Mythology

138 Such actions by the gods are usually accepted without comment , but this
myth of Ahalyā is used to discredit the gods when Bịhaspati corrupts the demons
. 139 Indra is ... entered the man who possesses sin ( enas ] or the rogue [ kitava )
.

Author: Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520040984

Category: History

Page: 411

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Presenting a subject rarely studied, the author shows there is a history of ideas about evil in Hinduism.

Rogue Brokers

... that only a small fraction of brokers with compliance problems are the big
producers . Thus , the suggestion that managers have a financial incentives to
duck their supervisory responsibilities is obviously wrong . I think the myth of the “
rogue ...

Author: United States

Publisher:

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Category: Consumer protection

Page: 230

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Myths and Myth makers

Old Tales and Superstitions Interpreted by Comparative Mythology John Fiske.
then we can eat our meat . You see the sky ... Then the rogue went outside and
began to eat of the cow which was roasted . “ The cannibal said , ' What are you ...

Author: John Fiske

Publisher:

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Category: Folklore

Page: 251

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Zoological Mythology Or The Legends of Animals

In the Russian stories , too , the goat has to pay the price of tho follies or
rogueries done by the man , and is sacrificed . " This sacrificed he - goat appears
to be the same as the ass which undergoes punishment for all the animals in the
1 ...

Author: Angelo De Gubernatis

Publisher:

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Category: Animal lore

Page: 874

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African Myths and Legends

Half way along the road , the two rogues happened to meet and soon fell into
conversation as they walked along . “ Where are you off to , my friend ? ' asked
the rogue from Kano . “ I ' m on my way to market , ' said the rogue from Katsina .

Author: O. B. Duane

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781860193675

Category: Folklore

Page: 128

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A collection of the most gripping African tales, vividly retold and illustrated by an intriguing array of paintings and illustrations.

City of Rogues and Schnorrers

Russia's Jews and the Myth of Old Odessa Jarrod Tanny. ous cities came here to
establish order.”50 And the proletarian culture that the new order begat was,
avowedly, alien to Odessa, as it stifled the true spirit of the masses. Communism
 ...

Author: Jarrod Tanny

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253356466

Category: History

Page: 265

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Old Odessa, on the Black Sea, gained notoriety as a legendary city of Jewish gangsters and swindlers, a frontier boomtown mythologized for the adventurers, criminals, and merrymakers who flocked there to seek easy wealth and lead lives of debauchery and excess. Odessa is also famed for the brand of Jewish humor brought there in the 19th century from the shtetls of Eastern Europe and that flourished throughout Soviet times. From a broad historical perspective, Jarrod Tanny examines the hybrid Judeo-Russian culture that emerged in Odessa in the 19th century and persisted through the Soviet era and beyond. The book shows how the art of eminent Soviet-era figures such as Isaac Babel, Il'ia Ilf, Evgenii Petrov, and Leonid Utesov grew out of the Odessa Russian-Jewish culture into which they were born and which shaped their lives.

A Classical Dictionary of India Illustrative of the Mythology Philosophy Literature Antiquities Arts Manners Customs C of the Hindus by John Garrett

Supplement to a *classical dictionary of India illustrative of the mythology
philosophy literature antiquities arts manners customs & c. of the Hindus John
Garrett. few places with more beauty than in the drama of Sakuntalá , where upon
 ...

Author: John Garrett

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Page: 160

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My Billion Dollar Education

The true untold story of a rogue trader, whose decision to right a wrong ignited a series of political maneuvering by American and Japanese officials, leading to the expulsion of a major Japanese bank from the U.S. Toshihide Iguchi, ...

Author: Toshihide Iguchi

Publisher: Toshihide Iguchi

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 380

View: 473

The true untold story of a rogue trader, whose decision to right a wrong ignited a series of political maneuvering by American and Japanese officials, leading to the expulsion of a major Japanese bank from the U.S. Toshihide Iguchi, formerly an Executive VP and U.S. Government Bond trader at Daiwa Bank's New York Branch, was responsible for $1.1 billion in unauthorized trading losses accumulated over a period of 12 years beginning in 1983. At 18, Toshihide Iguchi came to the U.S. with high hopes. Graduating from college in Missouri, marrying a St. Louis girl, and landing a promising job at Daiwa Bank in New York, he was ready to embark on his American dream. Unbeknownst to him, a storm of unprecedented financial deregulation on both sides of the Pacific was about to rage... Twelve years later, he found himself in the maximum security ward of a Manhattan jail, surrounded by Arab terrorists and a Mafia boss. The author looks back on his psychological struggles and redemption, which gave him valuable insight in helping others to prevent future billion dollar trading losses, tying in more recent rogue trading cases, discussing common misconceptions of rogue trading as well as operational risks that continue to exist in financial institutions today.

Harper s Magazine

Is it true that in these point of view , the chapbook is a squalid , paper - covered
histories of the rogue and degraded ... the taste of this forbidden rogues , thieves ,
and outlaws , mythical and fruit ? semi - mythical and actual , written in a feelII .

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Category: American literature

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The Rogue

Now, with The Rogue, McGinniss combines his deep appreciation of the place Sarah Palin comes from with his uncanny ability to penetrate the façades of people in public life.

Author: Joe McGinniss

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: 0307718956

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

View: 828

rogue (r¯og), n: An elephant that has separated from a herd and roams about alone,in which state it is very savage.—Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary After three years of research, bestselling journalist Joe McGinniss presents his already controversial and much anticipated investigative chronicle of Sarah Palin as an individual, politician, and cultural phenomenon. In his critically acclaimed book about Alaska, Going to Extremes, the fledgling state itself was Joe McGinniss’s subject. Although he didn’t hesitate to reveal the many flaws and contradictions behind its “last frontier” image, McGinniss fell in love with the land and its people. More than three decades later, he returned to Alaska in search of its most famous resident, Sarah Palin. On Election Day 2008, McGinniss began his on-the-ground reporting that culminated, famously, in his moving next door to Sarah Palin in spring 2010. THE ROGUE is the eagerly awaited result of his research and writing: a startling study of the illusion and reality of Sarah Palin—and a probing look at the Alaska and the America that produced her. Sometimes funny, sometimes frightening, always provocative and illuminating, THE ROGUE answers the questions “Who is she, really?,” “How did she happen?,” and “Will she ever go away?” In all of his books, McGinniss has scrutinized the mysterious space between image and reality—how that space is created, negotiated, and/or manipulated. Now, with The Rogue, McGinniss combines his deep appreciation of the place Sarah Palin comes from with his uncanny ability to penetrate the façades of people in public life. The result is an extraordinary double narrative that alternately traces Palin’s curious rise to political prominence and worldwide celebrity status and recounts the author’s day-to-day experiences as he uncovers the messy reality beneath the glossy Palin myth. Readers will find THE ROGUE at once bitingly insightful, hilarious, and profoundly ominous in what it reveals—not just about the dark underpinnings of a potential presidential nominee but also in regard to the huge numbers of Americans who passionately support her.

The Mythology of the Aryan Nations

... goat. a dog, throws the animal down and leaves it as a booty for the rogues
who had hit upon this mode of cheating him. ... In the latter the Brahman is
directly deceived by The others ; in the Norse legend the peasant deceives
himself, ^'V*" ...

Author: George William Cox

Publisher: London: Longmans, Green

ISBN:

Category: Aryans

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Inside the Norton AntiVirus

Common Virus Myths Rogue software is surrounded with myth and
misconception . From BBS text files about viruses , computer magazine articles ,
newspapers and conversations , we've collected a few of the more interesting
falsehoods ...

Author: Peter Norton

Publisher: Brady

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 312

View: 929

Describes computer viruses and how they work, clears up misconceptions, and recommends preventive measures

Rogue Poetry

CHAPTER THREE - CECCO AND GOLIARDIC MYTH I. The Image of Rogue
Poet As a poet , Cecco Angiolieri has enjoyed roughly three separate
incarnations : the first , his mortal existence and a brief century of subsequent
fame ; the ...

Author: Selby Wynn Schwartz

Publisher:

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Page: 458

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Rogue Reels

30 , December 1974 Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen's first film , Penthesilea ,
recently shown at the ' Edinburgh Film Festival in London ' , is an attempt to
examine , rather than enact , a myth . In this case it is attempt which is well
grounded on ...

Author: Margaret Dickinson

Publisher: British Film Inst

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 330

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Margaret Dickinson's history of counter-cultural political cinema is a pioneering account of an important but little documented aspect of modern British cinema.

Rogue Tory

What was remembered , and buried , on those bluffs was as much a legend as a
man . The man lived a long public life , but it was a life of turmoil , rebuff , failure ,
disappointment , and bitterness more than of triumph and satisfaction . Yet out of
 ...

Author: Denis Smith

Publisher: Macfarlane Walter & Ross

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 702

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Winner of the Dafoe Book Prize Winner of the University of British Columbia Medal for Canadian Biography 1995 marked the 100th anniversary of that most charismatic and enigmatic public figure, the thirteenth prime minister of Canada, John George Diefenbaker. Beloved and reviled with equal passion, he was a politician possessed of a flamboyant, self-fabulizing nature that is the essential ingredient of spellbinding biography. After several runs at political office, Diefenbaker finally reached the Commons in 1940; sixteen years later he was leader of the Progressive Conservative Party. In 1958, after a campaign that dazzled the voters, the Tories won the largest majority in the nation's history: the Liberal party was shattered, its leader, Lester Pearson, humiliated by an electorate that had chosen to "follow John." Diefenbaker's victory promised a long and sunny Conservative era. It was not to be: instead Dief gave the country a decade of continuous convulsion, marked by his government's defeat in 1963 and his own forced departure from the leadership in 1967, a very public drama that divided his party and riveted the nation. When Diefenbaker died in 1979, he was given a state funeral modeled - at his own direction - on those of Churchill and Kennedy. It culminated in a transcontinental train journey and burial on the bluffs overlooking Saskatoon, alongside the archive that houses his papers - the only presidential-style library built for a Canadian prime minister. Canadians embraced the image of Dief as a morally triumphant underdog, even as they were repelled by his outrageous excesses. He revived a moribund party and gave the country a fresh sense of purpose but hewas no match for the dilemmas of the Cold War of Quebec nationalism, or the subtleties of the country's relations with the United States. This compelling biography, illuminating both legend and man and the nation he helped shape, was among the most highly praised books of the year.

The Rogue of Publishers Row

Although the industry in fact has been thoroughly , penetrated by commercialism ,
many publishers still feel compelled to keep up the myth of their chastity , to
pretend to virginity when all the world knows that they have been forced to sleep
 ...

Author: Edward Uhlan

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Publishers and publishing

Page: 254

View: 145

Memoirs of the head of Exposition Press, the best established of the vanity or subsidy publishers.

The Rogue s Yarn

... the territory ' s economic growth in comparison with what happened in the New
Territories . The choices of Lockhart and , later , his assistant , Reginald Johnston
, were inspired . British policy was to preserve the myth of Chinese territorial ...

Author: Harry Percy Kendall Oram

Publisher: Leo Cooper Books

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 243

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The book follows Orem's passage from boy-sailor in the sail training vessel Worchester just after the turn of the century to corridors of Admiralty by the end of the World War II. It tells of his transition from the Merchant to the Royal Navy just before the Great War, of his early experience in submarines under the tutelage of some of the pioneers of his revolutionary technology, and of his eventual appointment to Captain (S) 5th. Flotilla at HMSS Dolphin, the submarine training school at Fort Blockhouse.

The Rogue s March

MAN , MYTH - MONGER 25 marks in him a certain innate hypocrisy that up to the
passing moment in world - life , our philosophers and our historians , in their
scribblings , have not dared to face . The doom of it , the curse of it , the satire of it
is ...

Author: John Hubert Greusel

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 128

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The Rogue s March

Patrick ' s Battalion , their severest casualties of the war . Courts - martial ,
whipping and branding , and mass hangings in front of the city during the war ' s
climactic battle awaited Riley and his men . So , too , did lies , myths , controversy
, and ...

Author: Peter F. Stevens

Publisher: Potomac Books Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 345

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For decades, the U.S. Army hid from the American public the embarrassing defection, while Mexico, to this day, celebrates the "San Patricios" as national heroes."--BOOK JACKET.

International Journal

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