Supermarket cashier Phoebe Costard
, offering her support to the dead man's friends, added: "Can't imagine what you guys are going through.
Although compensation is currently unavailable, Costard
is an epidemiologist working as a senior consultant at EpiX Analytics in Boulder, Colorado.
, F., Dupeyrat, L., Gautier, E., and Carey-Gailhardis, E.
Berowne, arranging for Costard
to deliver a letter to Rosaline, notes: "The princess comes to hunt here in the park" (3.1.161).
The first suggests: "Take him over the costard
with the hilts of thy sword, and then throw him into the malmsey-butt in the next room."
Thus, the chemical composition of a given species may vary widely under different growth conditions, and such changes may be related to the growth phase of the culture (Costard
et al, 2012).
Here, the Pedant uses the colloquial oh in what discourse analysts label a corrective or repair to the Clown's "false Latine." Given that Costard
has employed the O+vocative a few lines earlier, Shakespeare's compositor clearly marks a functional distinction between the two forms.
The wild boar shares infectious diseases with feral pigs, and that is why their presence in areas close to the pig industry represents a potential epidemiologic danger (Ruiz-Fons et al., 2008; Kukushkin et al., 2008; Costard
et al., 2013) that could have serious sanitary and economic consequences.
Depuis sa prison, depuis la rotissoire, il avait entrevu un homme chauve dodu a lunettes et costard
cravate, s'interesser a l'aspect appetissant de ses freres et lui.