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bardie

(ˈbɑːdiː)
n
1. (Animals) Also called: bardy an edible white wood-boring grub of Australia
2. starve the bardies! slang Austral an exclamation of surprise or protest
[from a native Australian language]
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(12.) Hesse B, Tagil K, Cuocolo A, Anagnostopoulos C, Bardies M, Bax J, Bengel F, Busemann Sokole E, Davies G, Dondi M, Edenbrandt L, Franken P, Kjaer A, Knuuti J, Lassmann M, Ljungberg M, Marcassa C, Marie P Y, McKiddie F, O'Connor M, Prvulovich E, Underwood R, van Eck-Smit B; EANM/ESC Group.
Zealandia may well be prood When Bardies rise fra 'mong the crood, Wi' true poetic fire imbued, In odes an' lays, With pith an' pathos sweet an' lood To sing her praise.
Bardies et al., "Two-step targeting of xenografted colon carcinoma using a bispecific antibody and [sup.188]Re-labeled bivalent hapten: Bio distribution and dosimetry studies," Journal of Nuclear Medicine, vol.
Barthes's reading pertains to Graham's free-ranging poetry, since what draws Bardies to Jacob's tale is how "marking Jacob (Israel), God (or the Narrative) permits an analogical development of meaning, creates the formal operational conditions of a new language.' the election of Israel being its message" (135).
As a matter of fact, there is substantial evidence in child research literature postulating that children are disposed of multiple competences which are deeply rooted in the fetal characteristics of children (de Boysson- Bardies, 1996; Lecuyer, Pecheux, Streri, 1994).
"Bachies, Bardies, Trekkies, and Sherlockians." Gray, Sandvoss, and Harrington 98-109.
"I like, I don't like: this is of no importance to anyone; this, apparently, has no meaning," writes Roland Bardies. "And yet all this means: my body is not the same as yours." Barthes goes on to say that from "this anarchic foam of tastes and distastes" there emerges "the figure of a bodily enigma, requiring complicity or irritation." Garrels may have been after a chronicle of impact, bur what he conjures here is more of an anarchic foam.
Kaijek went over to look in the tree roots; maybe he would find bardies to eat.
The PM plays the guitar in front of a crowd at the Chateau de Bardies near St Girons, in the foothills of the Pyrenees.
Roland Bardies has argued that some narratives are in actuality not apersonal but hidden forms of personal ones.
Bardies et Cie, Autour du Surrealisme (Paris: Jean-Michel Place, 1999), 11.