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horned viper

n.
A venomous snake (Cerastes cerastes) of northern Africa, having a hornlike projection above each eye.
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Short-term versus long-term effects of food intake on reproductive output in a viviparous snake, Vipera aspis.
The statement came after Athens News Agency reported recently that Aspis Bank had announced that it was weighing the possibilities of a tie-up with Attica Bank.
The ASPIS II consists of the Raytheon AN/ALQ-187 radio-frequency (RF) jammer, the Northrop Grumman (San Jose, CA) AN/ALR-93(V) radar-warning receiver (RWR), and the BAE Systems (Austin, TX) AN/ALE-47 chaff/flare dispenser.
Disabled activist Simone Aspis, of the group People First, said the case centred on killing one twin instead of examining how they could live together or what medical treatment could sustain their lives.
The effects of temperature on digestion in Vipera aspis.
Del adverbio philanthropos los papiros permiten ahora anadir a sus ocurrencias en Demostenes e Isocrates la de Aspis 395 de Menandro.
Of particular interest here is a new interpretation of Aspis.
Against this we have to set Terence's probable omission of a prologue of perhaps 40 lines; because the opening scene gave much of the exposition, a deferred prologue could have been shorter than the 52 lines of the Aspis prologue.
Physiological and biochemical properties of a kallikrein-like enzyme from the venom of Vipera aspis aspis (aspic viper).
Since that time large portions of other of Menander's plays have been recovered and published, including much of Samia ("The Woman of Samos"), Aspis ("The Shield"), and Misoumenos ("The Man She Hated").
Still, the disposal of a nubile girl and her dowry are centrally at issue in many plays, in Menander's Aspis, e.
In late 2009, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound), an EU agency, noted that the interests of 1mn policy holders and over 700 employees of troubled insurance group Aspis Pronoia had been left in limbo following the September 2009 decision by PISC to revoke the insurers operating licence.