Moschus


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Noun1.Moschus - musk deerMoschus - musk deer        
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Cervidae, family Cervidae - deer: reindeer; moose or elks; muntjacs; roe deer
Moschus moschiferus, musk deer - small heavy-limbed upland deer of central Asia; male secretes valued musk
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34) Thomas Stanley, Anacreon, Bion, and Moschus, With Other Translations (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1815), p.
Iamblichus reports that Pythagoras, on his way to Egypt from Samos, made a long stopover in Phoenicia where he "conversed with the prophets who were the descendents of Moschus [Moses]" (Guthrie 60).
Key words: Moschus berezovskii, feeding behavior, food selection, plant components, secondary metabolites
Thomas Aquinas, Grotius, Petronius, and Moschus ("Out of the Greek, Cupid's Crier," a famous rendition of "Love the Runaway," also shaped by Spenser in his Faerie Queene).
Spoken text came from the Greek poet Moschus and the Roman poet Ovid.
Kasturi Mrig, scientifically known as Moschus Chrysogaster, is an endangered wild species living in the Himalayas.
22) Vergil's dependence on Greek pastoral is not associated exclusively with Theocritus given that Moschus, Bion along with the anonymous author of the Lament for Bion are equally influential.
The homaccord contains Ignatia amara 6x, 10x, 30x, and 200x with Moschus 8x, 30x, and 200x.
Conservation and potential Habitat of Himalayan Musk deer Moschus chrysogaster in the protected areas of Nepal.
Cervical distinctly developed, visceral part larger than dorsal part; epiplastron strongly vaulted, with distinctly marked geoemydaloid gular bulge; gular furrows cutting entoplastron, humeropectoral furrows not; entoplastron 1,2 x broader than long, rhomb-like, anteriorly markedly pointed; anal notch obtuse-angled; pygal geoemydaloid; neurals emydoidal and geoemydaloid; three (to maybe five) strong dorsal keels, no keel on bridge developed; bridge piers week, inguinal piers inserting into pleural I via peripherals II and III, peripherals III with distinct visceral moschus channel, all marginal furrows situated on peripherals; typical geoemydaloid structure of areols on carapace present, surface of carapace with coarse sculpture, partly with very deep furrows on the horn-scutes.
1974: "John Moschus and his friend Sophronius the sophist", Journal of theological studies 25, pp.