v. t.1.To bite; to gnaw.
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Among pennons and flags bearing wounded hearts, burning hearts, bleeding hearts, bows and quivers, and all the commonplace emblems of the triumphs of Cupid, a blazoned inscription informed the spectators, that this seat of honour was designed for La Royne de la Beault et des Amours.
Thus, our study aligns with a growing literature base seeking guidance on how active decision making leads to better health and wellness (Royne et al.
Nurses can provide vital education to patients not only to prevent disease, but also to assist them in chronic disease management to control symptoms and reduce healthcare costs; digital media offers one solution through use of focused health information (Willis & Royne, 2017).
MARLA ROYNE STAFFORD was named dean of the Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis.
(34) Lancelot de Carles, Epistre contenant le proces criminel faict a l'encontre de la royne Anne Boullant d'Angleterre (Lyon, 1545); Chronicle of King Henry VIII of England, trans.
Une prosopopee de Catherine de Medicis, intitulee "Epistre envoyee par la Royne Mere au Roy de Pologne son fils," evoque en effet la figure centrale de l'epopee ronsardienne pour comparer son eloignement de la ville de Troie au depart d'Henri d'Anjou vers la Pologne.
Since green products are becoming increasingly popular, more and more customers prefer to buy green products (Royne et al., 2011; De Angelis et al., 2017; Li et al.
It is therefore highly likely that the heterogeneity of the relationship will impact on the IG transfer mechanism (Mittal & Royne, 2010).
Millie, 18, with Balou Star, an 11-year-old bay stallion owned by Udo Oppermann, and 21-year-old Emma, from Gloucestershire, with Echo de Laubry, a 12-year-old chestnut stallion owned by Royne Zetterman, annihilated the opposition in the Les Talents Hermes Under-25 International Team competition.