thou whose destiny will be marked in the cynegetic
annals; thou whom the pagans would have given as companion to the god Anubis, and Christians as friend to St.
Terra do Meio proved to be an area with good conditions for conservation, as it can be observed in the presence of predators and large cynegetic
The six phenomenological particularities of drone operations which I have drawn out are intended to prompt a consideration of what the new cynegetic
and carceral technology of the drone reveals about the committed lyric.
Authors are very grateful to staff of Cynegetic
Centre of the Marsh of Reghaia for their precious help and collaboration on the ground.
To the authors' knowledge, this has not been investigated in wildlife, despite a high incidence of embedded lead in these animals secondary to cynegetic
Holland (1988) asserts that ecological boundaries play an important role in the management of natural environments, because they are important for predation and biological control, they are they are zones for many species of cynegetic
importance to reproduce and they may have an important role for biodiversity.
We opened nine line transects on terra-firme in the surrounding areas of the Amana lake for the monitoring of cynegetic
species and primates in ASDR through a distance sampling method (Buckland et al., 1993).
Foregrounding the role of sacrifice through its conflation of human and non-human, and of both with the hunting ethos, it renders the killing of Banford ambiguous as its status oscillates between a supra-ethical sacrificial act and a ruthless cynegetic
destruction of the animal body.
These components are well caught in Carlo Ginzberg's passage on the 'cynegetic
model' in detective stories.
But since we had very few hunters this season at the cynegetic
ranch (a ranch managed strictly for hunting) we operate, we decided to try to hunt a good buck for ourselves.