Garous


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Ga´rous


a.1.Pertaining to, or resembling, garum.
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Meanwhile in Hebron, Israeli army stormed the village of Wadi Garous and demolished a Palestinian-owned animal barn under the same pretexts.
De la lycanthropie, transformation et extase des sorciers (1615), edition critique augmentee detudes sur les lycanthropes et les loups garous, edited by Nicole Jacques-Chaquin and Maxime Preaud.
In Jean de Nynauld, De la lycanthropie, transformation et extase des sorciers (161S), edition critique augmentee d etudes sur les lycanthropes et les loups garous, edited by Nicole Jacques-Chaquin and Maxime Preaud, 189-196.
In Jean de Nynauld, De la lycanthropie, transformation et extase des sorciers (1615), edition critique augmentee d etudes sur les lycanthropes et les loups garous, edited by Nicole Jacques-Chaquin and Maxime Preaud, 143-179.
On the Demon-Mania of Witches (Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 1995); Jean de Nynauld, De la lycanthropie, transformation et extase des sorciers (1615), edition critique augmentee d etudes sur les lycanthropes et les loups garous, ed.
L'intrigue d'un film fantastique est fondee sur des elements communement consideres comme materiellement impossibles et irrationnels, c'est-a-dire existence de creatures legendaires telles que les vampires ou les loups garous, apparitions de fantomes, voyage dans l'au-dela, etc.
Por oposicao as politicas "feministas" ou "homossexuais", a politica da multidao queer nao repousa sobre uma identidade natural (homem/mulher) nem sobre uma definicao pelas praticas (heterossexual/homossexual), mas sobre uma multiplicidade de corpos que se levantam contra os regimes que os constroem como "normais" ou "anormais": sao os drag kings, as gouines garous, as mulheres de barba, os transbichas sem paus, os deficientesciborgues.
Though the werewolves can be male, loups garous are more commonly known to be female vampires who suck the blood of children, as they are generally in West African societies.
Reed significantly erases all elements of the female from the mythology of loup garous and transfers the figure into a classical American male mythology of self-regeneration through violence.
But the product is "the Loup Garou Kid," "Lord of the Lash," not Horus, a "half breed son," a reincarnation of the Afro-American divided self, not an incarnation of national unity (C 18).
88) Loup Garou is, then, an appropriate choice of protagonist in a poem that satirically masks its own complex cultural kinships behind a polarized drama of cultural slavery and revolt.
Dubost interprets the twelfth-century werewolf as a figure of unshakable class identity: "Le drame du garou peut .