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  • As the Arden edition itself acknowledges, the authorship question remains vexed regarding this tragical-comical-pastoral romance wherein two young lovers are unhappily separated; a rape victim seeks recompense, disguised as a shepherd-boy; and a two-faced knave called Henrique is eventually exposed.

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  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The " Henrique " sandwich shown here is made with Portuguese sausage, steamed collard greens, grilled onions, tomato and melted mozzarella.

    Inventive Hell

  • The " Henrique " with Portuguese sausage, grilled onions and mozzarella could have been improved if the tasty sausage wasn ' t so masked by the strong flavors of the collard greens, but was in general a winner.

    Rolling in the Dough

  • The Corus games, which begin at 7.30 EST, can be viewed live at The second and third groups in the Festival, both high category Grandmaster tournaments in their own right, are also well worth watching with wily veterans such as Henrique Mecking and Nigel Short pitted against rising stars such as Hou Yifan, Wesley So and Anish Giri.

    United States Chess Federation

  • "Henrique" is most likely his baptismal name; it's how the Portuguese spells it.

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  • Henrique CASIMIRO, POR Palmeiras Resort / Prio, at 22:28

    2011 Volta ao Algarve results, stage 3

  • Henrique CASIMIRO, Portugal Palmeiras Resort / Prio, at 22:46

    2011 Volta ao Algarve results, stage 3

  • Henrique, 21, led all first-year players in December with 13 points, including five goals, and is second in overall rookie scoring with 28 points.

    Heard on the Field

  • The socialist leader vowed to crush Henrique Capriles in October's vote, branding him an agent of imperialism and oligarchy hiding behind a mask of moderation.

    Hugo Chávez calls opposition candidate a 'low-life pig'

  • As soon as Henrique Capriles won a primary to become the candidate of the democratic opposition against Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez, the Wall Street Journal reported that he was vilified in a campaign in Venezuela's state-run media, which insinuated he was, among other things, a homosexual and a Zionist agent.

    David Boaz: Chavez Draws on Age-Old Smears to Hold on to Power

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