larine

larine

(ˈlæraɪn; -rɪn)
adj
1. (Animals) of, relating to, or resembling a gull
2. (Animals) of, relating to, or belonging to the suborder Lari, which contains the gulls, terns, skuas, and skimmers
[C20: via New Latin from Larus genus name, from Greek laros a kind of gull]
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On December 2nd, peacefully at Weardale Community Hospital, William (Bill), aged 89 years, beloved husband of the late Peg, loving father to Larine, father-in-law to Michael, dear brother to Ken.
In 1976, African American community activists; Larine Cowen, then director of the city's community relations department; and Thomas Moore, a university professor, collaborated with police officers and a white university professor to teach police how to better communicate with the community and the public to better understand the difficulty of police officers' role.
Larine, Pushan's sister in law, said: "It was impossible to get through to him for more than four hours as he was locked in conversation with this man.
ADJECTIVE ANIMAL cervine civet cat colubrine deer hircine goat larine gull lutrine otter musteline seal ovine sheep phocine snake sciurine squirrel viverrine weasel
135 - 1, Alan Dickey, She; 2, Uriel Coutreras, unattached; 3, Zeb Larine, PH.
Sulle traduzioni larine delle 'vite' di Plutarco nel quattrocento.
For more information, call Larine Barr, Air Force Public Affairs representative, at (800) 982-7248 Ext.
Where do they sell out of such ancient oddities as Peralta Powell Larine Mountain Cave Man decks?
Keller resides in Antioch with his wife, Larine, and two children.
As police ruled out arson, the Balbini family of Tumble, near Llanelli, released pictures of grandmother Larine, 44, her daughter Lana, 22, and grandchildren Shane, aged two-and-ahalf, and 12-month-old Stuart.
A plaine Path to perfect Vertue: Deuised and found out by Mancinus a Larine Poet.