Apo Golf Agway Seniors team is composed of Teody Barnuevo, Quintin Singson, Alrey Ceniza, Alimar Etrone, Larry Pasquil
and Monchit Mackay.
As later recounted by BLHS Executive Director Cecilia Gaerlan, to California Appointments Secretary Mona Pasquil
, the meeting was a complex discussion of the recommended changes and there was not much deliberation by the committee and the CHSSP about the changes that we requested.
In a further critique of the Archbishop's reliance on the clowns, Pasquill colors Kempe's embodiment of the same role as witchcraft that, influenced like lunacy by the cycles of the moon, might be more propitiously performed during certain alignments of the astronomical bodies, which Pasquil
himself, committed to the same cause, has undertaken to record in The Owl's Almanack that he carries with him.
. I haue no manners: had I such an one As Amptill is, to which seuen Parkes belong, I would keepe thee to be my worships foole.
Several companies also provided their services for the project for free or at a discount, including TEU Containers, Climax Scaffolding, tiler RDS, Pasquil
Roofing and Jewson of Ormskirk, which was the main supplier.
These references come without explanation, and whilst Gnatho could arguably be English idiom by 1540 (thanks to Thomas Elyot's Pasquil
the Playne, printed in 1533), according to the Oxford English Dictionary the term 'Thraso', the braggart from Eunuchus, does not enter the language until the 1560s.
"An every man and maide doe take their turne, And tosse their Pancakes up for feare they burne," wrote one Pasquil
Palin in 1619.
Some of these Protestant satiric poems drew also on the Pasquil
poems mocking popes that were a major Italian tradition.
As North argues, "Along with Piers, Colin, and Pasquil
, Martin came to symbolize a distinct authorial personality that functioned independent of an actual author's name" (134).
Like Piers Plowman, Colin Clout, and Pasquil
, Martin becomes "a distinct authorial personality that functioned independent of an actual author's name" (134, cf.
But, where Elyot criticises Henry in Pasquil
the Plain and Of the Knowledge, does this really evince Henry as listening to, and digesting, all points of view?