This work introduces an approach to aesthetic restoration of the anterior dentition. Guided by the philosophy of biomimetics, the authors combine sound biologic principles with an overriding respect for the natural intact tooth to achieve aesthetic satisfaction with bonded porcelain restorations.
In Jesuit Survival and Restoration leading scholars from around the world discuss the most dramatic event in the Society of Jesus's history. The order was suppressed by papal command in 1773 and for the next forty-one years ex-Jesuits endeavoured to keep the Ignatian spirit alive and worked towards the order's restoration. When this goal was achieved in 1814 the Society entered one of its most dynamic but troubled eras. The contributions in the volume trace this story in a global perspective, looking at developments in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.
Originally published between 1978 and 1990 this set is reissued here in paperback. This Set provides students with the best plays (in some cases, the complete plays) of the major English Renaissance and Restoration dramatists, excluding Shakespeare. The texts are presented in modern spelling and are annotated and introduced by scholars. The introductory matter in each volume is factual and historical, including a brief biography of the playwright, a list of works and dates of their first performance, an account of source material, a short critical bibliography, a stage history and a brief note on the texts used. The playwrights included are Marston, Webster, Tourneur, Massinger, Jonson, Middleton and Ford from the earlier period, and Etherege, Wycherley and Congreve from the Restoration.
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