san Leandro

(redireccionado de Leander)

Leandro, san (Leander)

(s. VI) Prelado español, hermano de los santos Fulgencio, Florentina e Isidoro.
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No consiguió ayuda de nadie, y cansado se vino en el Leander, un cañón y unos soldados, una imprenta y un grito: ¡Libertad o Muerte!
It is also the subject of a novel by Milorad Pavić; Leander is also the subject of Sonnet XXIX by Spanish poet Garcilaso de la Vega of the 16th Century; The story has also been briefly alluded to in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, both when Benedick states that Leander was "never so truly turned over and over as my poor self in love" and in the name of the character Hero, who, despite accusations to the contrary, remains chaste before her marriage.
It was also briefly alluded to in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream in the form of a malapropism accidentally using the names Lysander and Helen in the place of Hero and Leander.
In the same year, William Wycherley published his 'Hero and Leander in Burlesque', a lengthy parody, cuminating a tradition of parodic treatments initiated by Ben Jonson.
El origen más remoto de la Armada venezolano lo podemos situar en la Expedición a La Vela de Coro del generalísimo Francisco de Miranda, en cuya primera expedición contó con el apoyo tres buques: el bergantín “Leander”, y las goletas “Bacchus” y “Bee”.
Ben Jonson's play Bartholomew Fair features a puppet show of Hero and Leander in Act V, translated to London, with the Thames serving as the Hellespont between the lovers.
The most famous Shakespearean allusion is, however, the debunking one by Rosalind, in Act IV scene I of As You Like It::Leander, he would have lived many a fair year, though Hero had turned nun, if it had not been for a hot midsummer night; for, good youth, he went but forth to wash him in the Hellespont and being taken with the cramp was drowned and the foolish coroners of that age found it was 'Hero of Sestos.' But these are all lies: men have died from time to time and worms have eaten them, but not for love.
En una de estas sesiones, John Gibb, miembro del grupo The Silhouettes, le pidió su ayuda para grabar una serie de sencillos para el sello discográfico EMI, pero no fue hasta que recibió una oferta de Mike Leander cuando pudo trabajar enteramente en estudios de grabación.
His story does not get as far as Leander's nocturnal swim, and the guiding lamp that gets extinguished, but ends after the two have become lovers (Hero and Leander (poem)); George Chapman completed the same poem after Marlowe's death; the Marlowe poem with its completion by Chapman was repeatedly printed in the first half of the 17th century, with editions in 1598 (Linley); 1600 and 1606 (Flasket); 1609, 1613, 1617, 1622 (Blount); 1629 (Hawkins); and 1637 (Leake).
Sir Walter Ralegh alludes to the story, in his 'The Ocean's Love to Cynthia', in which Hero has fallen asleep, and fails to keep alight the lamp that guides Leander on his swim (more kindly versions, like Chapman's, have her desperately struggling to keep the lamp burning).
También usan la versión MM40 Block 2 en lanchas misileras.; Versión MM40; Marina de la República de Corea; Armada del Ecuador: versión MM38 en las Lanchas Misileras Clase Quito, MM40 Block 1 en las Corbetas Clase Esmeraldas y MM-40 Block II en las Fragatas Clase Leander; Versión AM39.
Harris (4ª vez) 1874 - 1878 Benjamin Franklin Overton (1ª vez) (1836-1884) 1878 - 1880 Benjamin Crooks Burney (1844-1892) 1880 - 8 Feb 1884 Benjamin Franklin Overton (2ª vez) 1881 Hickeyubbee (provisional) 1884 - 1886 Jonas Wolfe (1ª vez) (?1900) 1886 - 1888 William Malcom Guy (1845-1918) 1888 - 1892 William Leander Byrd (1844-1915) 1892 - Junio de 1894 Jonas Wolfe (2ª vez) Jun 1894 - Oct 1894 Tecumsah A.