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The Protean Virgil Material Form and the Reception of the Classics

The Protean Ass The Metamorphoses of Apuleius from Antiquity to the Renaissance

The Protean Expatriate Flexibility and the Modern Worker

Bach's protean Passions Daniel R. Melamed, Hearing Bach's passions (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), £15.50 Johann Sebastian Bach, Matthäus-Passion, Frühfassung, bwv244b, ed. Andreas Glöckner, Neue Bach Ausgabe series II, vol.5b (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 2004), €160

A Protean Presentation

The Protean Maiden: Song

The institutional theory: a protean creature

Promethean and protean performances – Worldly poems

 

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Slightly altered proteins that have become insoluble, probably an early stage of denaturation.

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