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Beyla and referred
The only surviving mention of Byggvir appears in the prose beginning of Lokasenna, and stanzas 55 through 56 of the same poem, where he is referred to as one of Freyr's servants and as the husband of Beyla.
Bembeya Jazz, also referred to as the Orchestre de Beyla in the early days, started as the regional orchestra from the town of Beyla in southern Guinea.

Beyla and prose
Beyla is mentioned in stanzas 55, 66, and the prose introduction to the Poetic Edda poem Lokasenna.
In the prose introduction to Lokasenna, Beyla and Byggvir are cited as attending In stanza 55 of Lokasenna, after his verses with Sif, Loki accuses Beyla of being filthy but the reason for this is unclear.

Beyla and she
Loki tells Beyla to be silent, that she is " much imbued with malice ," that no worse female has ever been among the " Æsir's children ," and calling her a bad " serving-wench.

Beyla and on
Leo Sarkisian ( who went on to join the Africa Service of the Voice of America in 1963 ) recorded Orchestre de Beyla in 1961 for the Hollywood based Tempo International label ( Tempo 7015 ).

Beyla and .
He has the servants Skírnir, Byggvir, and Beyla.
Sif does not respond, and the exchange turns to Beyla.
: For the city in Guinea, see Beyla, Guinea.
For the prefecture, see Beyla Prefecture.
Beyla is one of Freyr's servants along with her husband, Byggvir, in Norse mythology.
Since this is the only mention of Beyla, scholars have turned to the etymology of Beyla's name for additional information about her.
In Puntland, rising waters destroyed properties in especially Hafun and Kulub, while parts of the towns and villages of Bander Beyla, Eyl, Foar and Bargaal were flooded.
Wassulu, Wassalou, Ouassalou ) is an historic region in southwest Mali, northeast Guinea ( Prefectures of Kankan, Kerouané, Beyla, and Siguiri ) and the area west of the Sankarani river and south of the Niger River in Mali and Côte d ' Ivoire.
Bembeya Jazz National ( originally known as Orchestre de Beyla ) is a Guinean jazz group that gained fame in the 1960s for their Afropop rhythms.
The band were just being formed in Beyla and according to Sarkisian, called themselves Orchestra Bembeya, after a local river.
Orchestre de Beyla and included the songs Présentation, Yarabi, Lele, Din ye kassila, Wonkaha douba, Seneiro, Wassoulou and Maniamba.

referred and prose
Byggvir ( referred to in the prose introduction to the poem as a servant of Freyr ) says that if he had as noble a lineage and as an honorable a seat as Freyr, he would grind down Loki, and make all of his limbs lame.
In the last nine years of his life, Morris wrote a series of imaginative fictions usually referred to as the " prose romances ".
In the prose introduction to the poem Lokasenna, Skaði is referred to as the wife of Njörðr and is cited as one of the goddesses attending Ægir's feast.
The Völsungasaga ( often referred to in English as the Volsunga Saga or Saga of the Völsungs ) is a legendary saga, a late 13th century Icelandic prose rendition of the origin and decline of the Völsung clan ( including the story of Sigurd and Brynhild and destruction of the Burgundians ).
William Fulke referred to Tom in 1579 in Heskins Parleament Repealed and Thomas Nashe referred to him in 1592 in his prose satire on the vices of the age, Pierce Penniless, His Supplication to the Divell.
The Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges referred to Reyes as " the greatest prose writer in the Spanish language of any age " At least five avenues in Monterrey's metropolitan area, three in the municipality and one in Mexico City are named after Reyes.
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Philosopher John Searle suggests that, despite the " opaque prose " and lofty claims of Giroux, he interprets the goal of Giroux's form of critical pedagogy " to create political radicals ", thus highlighting the contestable and antagonistic moral and political grounds of the ideals of citizenship and " public wisdom "; these varying moral perspectives of what is " right " are to be found in what John Dewey has referred to as the tensions between traditional and progressive education.
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This antagonism often took on an extremely personal form: White referred to Franz Boas's prose style as " corny " in no less a place than the American Journal of Sociology, while Robert Lowie referred to White's work as " a farrago of immature metaphysical notions ," shaped by " the obsessive power of fanaticism unconsciously warps one's vision.
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referred and introduction
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There is no consensus on a precise starting point of the New Wave-Adam Roberts refers to Alfred Bester as having singlehandedly invented the genre, and in the introduction to a collection of Leigh Brackett's short fiction, Michael Moorcock referred to her as one of the genre's " true godmothers ".
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