Despite the implied connection between dead foxes and dead men, Trollope is not--we can be sure of this if of nothing else--positing a moral equivalence here between human and vulpine
life; the fox hunt represents a way into yet another more extended temporality the world of "old ways" that link the historical present of the English landed classes to traditions of the aristocracy.
I miss that vulpine
panache, however, that pouncer-on-a-grouse, though coyotes have more glamour, if you can see as well as hear them, which I do occasionally.
Next month we'll continue our tour with more vulpine
delights, including the constellation's brightest planetary nebula and its finest cluster.
Henry's talent as a hunter should not be underestimated, for he has predicted every move of the fox, an anticipatory precision in him that is part of the irony of his actual resemblance to the fox with respect to both his vulpine
features and in his sly manner of perception.
SERPENTINE FELINE VULPINE
STRIGINE BEN LIT FIN GIL BEA CIT FIX OIL BOA CAT FOX OWL
Anti-HIV-1 activities of plant extract, and active components of Lethalia vulpine
Modern canine imagery is eclipsed by dog's rig 'to copulate till you are tired, and then turn tail to it,' while dicker (copulation of foxes, thence used for that of men and women) would suit the vulpine
ladies of Sex and the City.
Starring the brusque and vulpine
Vladimir Mashkov, Tycoon is an engaging product of the wild-and-crazy school of Eastern European filmmaking.
Throughout the film Hank reveals his vicious, vulpine
In the first act, hugged in his furred robe, darting with arrowy keenness vulpine
glances from beneath his shaggy brows, a smile, bitter or benevolent, ever hovering about the stern pursed-up lip, the senile gait still preserving remnants of vigour, made up a perfect picture to the eye, while the measured and significantly terse speech, illustrated by ever-varied and appropriate attitude, the thoughtful by-play, as it is called, completed to the sense, in the most satisfactory fullness, both of character and situation.
Blood samples were obtained from seven snake species (Coluber constrictor, Elaphe vulpine vulpine
, Nerodia sipedon sipedon, Regina grahamii, Sistrurus catenatus catenatus, Thamnophis radix and Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis) from Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge located in northwest Missouri.
Woman threatening, or herself threatened in some way, raises the spectre of the uncontainable, that will disrupt soldierly activity and destabilize idealized, consolatory representations of femininity: Lou in 'C'est Lou qu'on la nommait' is the dangerous, vulpine
figure threatening the warrior (the military adventure demands 'l'oeil chaste', not an eroticized gaze); the sick wife back home evoked in 'A Nimes' represents emotional distraction from military objectives ('Le territorial se mange une salade | A l'anchois en parlant de sa femme malade').