Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Ribera, José or Jusepe de 1588-1652. Spanish baroque painter whose works include Martyrdom of Saint Bartholomew (1630) and The Immaculate Conception (1635).

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Examples

  • RIBERA * The reality of police work is you have to deal with public perception, "said Ribera.

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  • I did fing the plant itself at the nursery in Ribera de Pilar on souh side of highway, also in San Juan Cosela nursery on Carretera.

    Plant ID

  • "Masterpieces from the Louvre — The Collection of Louis La Caze" includes 17th - and 18th-century works by artists such as Ribera, Velázquez, Watteau, Chardin and Boucher.

    Time Off Europe Calendar

  • The "19th Century" exhibition displays not only some of the Prado's finest works by superstars such as Ribera and Goya (showing for the first time a recent acquisition -- a small Goya drawing of a bull lifted into flight by a pair of butterfly wings) but also painters less well known to the public beyond Spain.

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  • As "Ribera" remarks, this position grants effectiveness, if not existence, to God, and suggests that the atheist and his cousin the "progressive" are articulating a complicated type of resentment; and that they, rather than the believer, are the ones who are guilty of massive, self-deluding projection.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • "Ribera" identifies one of the difficulties that most people have in identifying

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  • I would guess, judging by the pseudonym, that "Ribera" is a Spaniard or someone from one of the Spanish-speaking countries, in which case I would also guess that he is a reader of José Ortega-y-Gasset.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • "Ribera" gets it absolutely right when he reasons that the "progressive" or Gnostic agenda always begins with mayhem.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • "Ribera" sees in this nihilistic propensity the roots of the promotion of

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  • As "Ribera" puts it so succinctly, "Gnosticism is an entropic mind," whose convictions being entirely reactive are also, for the Gnostic, humiliatingly dependent on what they denounce, just as atheism can never be anything more than a secondary denial of a primary position.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

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