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  • Possibly it was in imitation of Nicholas's work that the name glosa hebraica (the Hebrew commentary), or simply glosa, was bestowed upon Rashi's work by a Christian author of the thirteenth century, who, if not the famous scholar and monk Roger Bacon, must have been some one of the same type.

    Rashi

  • La primera de las obras de Cornago fue compuesta sobre un texto atribuído – por Garci Sánchez de Badajoz en el Infierno de Amor – a Diego de Castilla, y aparece aún, bajo la forma de una glosa de Rodrigo de Avalos, en el Cancionero General 1511.

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  • Though Guzman had not inherited his father's poetic gift, he had a turn for versifying, and his burlesque _glosa_ of Luis de Leon's celebrated _quintillas_ --

    Fray Luis de León A Biographical Fragment

  • La Barrera, following Gallardo, was careful to point out that lines 37-40 of the verses to Urganda la Desconocida are practically identical with four lines in Domingo de Guzman's glosa.

    Fray Luis de Leon

  • Biblia Latina cum glosa ordinaria et expositione Nicolai de Lyra.

    Three Centuries of a City Library an Historical and Descriptive Account of the Norwich Public Library Established in 1608 and the present Public Library opened in 1857

  • Thus a _glosa_ (gloss) is a poem "beginning with a text, a line of which enters into each of the stanzas expounding it."

    Modern Spanish Lyrics

  • Though Guzman had not inherited his father's poetic gift, he had a turn for versifying, and his burlesque glosa of Luis de Leon's celebrated quintillas ”

    Fray Luis de Leon

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