[ ahr-see ]
/ ˈɑr si /
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noun Classical Mythology.
a daughter of Thaumas and the sister of Iris and the Harpies. Zeus took away her wings when she aided the Titans in their war against him.
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But when they surface in the middle-class universe Arce swims in, the population does Cheech Marin bug eyes.Meet the Fútbol Moms|Bryan Curtis|July 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Since the more settled state of affairs, Nuñez de Arce has written many charming idyls and short poems.
Nuñez de Arce is, like so many Spaniards of the last few decades, at once a poet and a politician.
His cognitis Helgo filium Roluonem Lethrica arce conclusit, heredis saluti consulturus (p. 52).Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
Nez de Arce was a lyric poet, a dramatist and a writer of polemics, but first of all a man of action.
Nez de Arce is best known for his Gritos del combate , in which he sings of liberty but opposes anarchy with energy and courage.