Following the attack, Harry goes feral, and begins what appears to some to be a cervine
existence of living and foraging in the park.
The 'thrust of thorn' carries traces of the 'honest thrust' of the 'horns' of the poem's deer so that the prickly barb is shadowed by cervine
weaponry (VII, 11.
ubiquitum, previously known as the cervine
genotype, has been emerging as another major zoonotic species that infects persons.
To which animal species does the adjective cervine
ADJECTIVE ANIMAL cervine
civet cat colubrine deer hircine goat larine gull lutrine otter musteline seal ovine sheep phocine snake sciurine squirrel viverrine weasel
A metaphor-literalizing dramatic thread runs through a feature otherwise dominated by the writer-producer's direct-to-camera narration, input from the usual experts, and infomercial-style visuals slickly handled by helmer Scott Cervine
Studies of Genetic Relationships between Bovine, Caprine, Cervine
, and Rangiferine Alphaherpesviruses and Improved Molecular Methods for Virus Detection and Identification.
Changes in the relationship between palmate and cervine
antlers in moose (Alces alces) in southeastern Norway.
Novel Cryptosporidium genotype in sporadic cryptosporidiosis cases: First report of human infections with a cervine
Fellow comic John Caponera also performed, along with comedy-magician Scott Cervine
and the Rumble Bees, a rock band.
1597), with his division of a buck's body and his use of the testamentary verb bequeath, alludes to the genre of the cervine
disposition: 'Divide me like a brib'd buck, each a haunch; I will keep my sides to myself, my shoulders for the fellow of this walk, and my horns I bequeath your husbands' (v.
Ovine, bovine, and cervine
frozen brain tissue from prion disease-affected and -unaffected animals were obtained by request from the Animal Health Veterinary Laboratory Agency TSE Archive (AHVLA, Weybridge, UK).