The full purification of Luria is its one aim, and the motive of Luria himself is a single motive.
She is loved by the Moorish captain Luria, who commanded the army of the Florentines.
The Florentine troops are commanded by the Moorish mercenary Luria.
Luria withdraws from life "to prevent the harm Florence will do herself by striking him."
The officer in the Florentine army who was superseded by the Moorish leader Luria.
The other characters are but foils to enhance the 238solitary greatness of Luria.
If you keep it up to this passion, if you justify this high key-note, it is a great work, and worthy of a place next 'Luria.'
In Luria's faithful friend and comrade Husain we have a contrasted picture of the Moor untouched by alien culture.
It is to build up and image the noble character of Luria, and it reaches that end with dignity.
Apparently it had been proposed to omit Luria from the new edition; but, if so, the intention was not carried out.
Luria Lu·ri·a (lur'ē-ə), Salvador Edward. 1912-1991.
Italian-born American biologist. He shared a 1969 Nobel Prize for investigating the mechanism of viral infection in living cells.