Bucephalus


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Bucephalus

trematode parasite causing parasitic castration of clams and scallops.
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He named his 12ft creation Bucephalus after the black horse famously ridden by Alexander the Great.
Besides the Chairman of BUCEPHALUS company Guillaume Jamart and Chief Executive Ali Arshad Khan.
Bucephalus, studies rather than practices the law), Agamben continues,
Throughout the slaveholding region, planters might name their slaves Pompey or Hannibal, their dogs Scipio, their horses Bucephalus.
It was at the same time that Alexander's famous horse, Bucephalus, was killed.
Cervantes fashioned his hero after the great adventurers of chivalric novels which were popular in his time, and it is no coincidence that Fernando's horse in El ultimo caballo is named "Bucefalo," after Alexander the Great's famous horse, Bucephalus.
Bafliaz, which stretches across both banks of the river Poonch, named after Alexander's horse Bucephalus, which is said to have died here.
The etching which illustrates the ride recalls Vernet, but to Gothic setting and melodramatic characterisation Nieritz adds classical touches; Mazeppa's horse is compared to Alexander's Bucephalus (128, echoing Byron) and the hero to Actaeon (124, 127), and, as the horse wades across a stream, to Tantalus (130).
Boehrer shows how he derives some of his character from Alexander's horse, Bucephalus, and, later in the chapter, how both interplay with the Pegasus myth.
bucephalus is known to occur in the south-west of Western Australia (Last & Stevens 2009), a minimum of approximately 1700 km south of where the egg capsules were collected.
The first great victory has already been won by the Macedonian basketball players who showed us that Europe can be conquered without a sword and Bucephalus," Rizaov underlines.
A while ago, I reviewed an excellent novel about Bucephalus, the horse of Alexander the Great.