werewolfism


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werewolfism

the quality of having the traits of a werewolf.
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The novel tells the tale of an undercover cop investigating a world in which werewolfism is a communicable disease.
Thereafter vampirism and werewolfism was spread to the victims in the form of a virus.
One might even interpret the use of the word lycans--derived as it is from the "scholarly" and "sophisticated" Greek lykantropi (from lykos, wolf, and anthropos, human)--as an argument for the possibility that werewolfism holds the potential for a higher form of life than one in the shape of a wolf.
Werewolfism and AIDS: The Incurable Illnesses of the Twenty-First Century.
In this film, werewolfism is presented as a final condition which leads to the actual death of the human being.
Following the narrative of the previous film, werewolfism is described in Ginger Snaps: Unleashed as a blood disease which acts from the inside of the body, altering a person's instincts and behaviour, and slowly provoking a series of external physical changes up to the complete transformation into a predatorial and monstrous creature together with the annihilation of the human conscience.
In the original Comic Book Code stories dealing with the "walking dead, torture, vampires, ghouls, cannibalism, and werewolfism," were prohibited.
Scenes dealing with, or instruments associated with walking dead, torture, vampires and vampirism, ghouls, cannibalism, and werewolfism are prohibited.
The audacity of Shopping for Fangs is less in its use of formal markers to key the directors' identity and more in the appropriation of generic markers by which the film puts Asian American characters in narrative and dramatic contexts familiar from Hollywood cinema: when Phil, the young Asian accounting clerk, comes down with a bad case of werewolfism, both he and the film he's living in have appropriated identities styled by Hollywood cinema.