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loup

a bounding gait.
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Mots cles : loups, Canis lupus, regime alimentaire, Glacier Bay, Alaska Revise pour la revue Arctic par Nicole Giguere.
Enfin l'Elephant fut chasse de la foret avec ses Loups et ses Cochons.
Nemirovsky's previous works, including some short stories (such as "Destinees") as well as her correspondence and notes, indicate that she was very much attuned to what was happening after the German invasion, that she knew about the deportation of Jews (relatives of her husband had been deported, and her novel Les Chiens et les Loups ends when the Jewish protagonist is deported to an unnamed eastern European city), and that she was aware of the Resistance (Denise and Elisabeth owed their lives to Resistance fighters who hid them when Michel Epstein was arrested).
Within hours he is hunted by werewolves and rescued by a Woodman who reveals that the Loups, as they are called, are the offspring of an unholy union between Little Red Riding Hood and a wolf.
The team name Bruleurs de Loups translates approximately to "The Burners of Wolves".
Further north, the Loups du Gevaudan is a wildlife park with a twist - more than 100 semi-wild wolves roam in large pens, safely behind bars but still enough to scare all but the bravest child.
BELGA QUEEN, Rue Fosse aux Loups (0032 2 217 21 87) is an old bank building with vaulted stained-glass ceiling and a great cigar bar in the basement.
Khadra uses divisions between the various armed organizations (the rift between the GIA and the AIS and the existence of dissident factions within the GIA) to create important episodes in A quoi revent les loups, but he represents the exception rather than the rule in this regard.
Elle suggere aussi que sur le plan biologique, la separation entre chiens et loups a probablement eu lieu il y a environ 135 000 ans et est sans doute associee a la domestication de ces animaux.
The aroma of spice, tar and blackberry loups out of the bottle.
Her novels include Les Samourais (1990; The Samurai), about the student riots of the late 1960s, and Le Vieil Homme et les loups (1991; The Old Man and the Wolves ).
He advocated a new form of drama built on the traditions of French history and accessible to the masses and wrote twenty plays on the theme of revolutionary heroism, among them Les Loups (1898; translated as The Wolves, 1937), Danton (1900), Le Quatorze juillet (1902; translated as The Fourteenth of July, 1918), and Robespierre (1938).