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mos·chus

(mos'kŭs),
Musk.
[G. moschos, musk]
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Astore markhor (Capra falconeri falconeri) blue sheep (Pseudois nayaur) Ladakh urial (Ovis vignei) Marco Polo's sheep (Ovis ammon polii) Himalayan musk deer (Moschus chrysogaster) Himalayan ibex (Capra ibex sibirica) woolly flying squirrel (Eupetaurus cinereus) and Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) are key mammals (Roberts 1977; Schaller 2008; Ablimit et al.
Musk deer farming in China is largely based on the Forest musk deer (Moschus berezovskii) and the Alpine musk deer.
1974: "John Moschus and his friend Sophronius the sophist", Journal of theological studies 25, pp.
Musaeus Aristotle Theophrastus Theocritus, Bion, Moschus, Hesiod, Theognis the Scriptores grammatici Aristophanes the Astronomici veteres the Epistolographi graeci Stephanus Byzantinus Pollux Thucydides Sophocles Herodotus Euripides Ammonius Hermiae Ulpian and Harpocration Xenophon, Hellenica Philostratus Philoponus Demosthenes the Rhetores graeci, including Aristotle, Rhetorica Plutarch the Oratores graeci Pindar Plato Alexander Aphrodisias Athenaeus and Hesychius.
(14) In 1816, when he was just eighteen years old, he translated Moschus's idylls and wrote a brilliant essay on the critical fortune and French translations of Moschus.
In addition to analyzing the translating technique of the author, the text is discussed in the tradition of 18th Century Anacreontic poetry and its relationship to other texts translated by Trigueros, such as the Fugitive Love by Moschus, the Anacreontic XXXV and the anonymous composition To Dead Adonis.
His poems ("The Painter," "The Vigil") and, above all, his translations of ancient poems (by Virgil, Anacreon, Sappho, Bion, and Moschus) filled his nights to such an extent that his health and his painting were being compromised.
(4) Le poeme est tres exactement imite de l'idylle II de Moschus, comme le rappelle Jean Fabre, avec d'excellents commentaires (162-163).
The phrase, "the brave, the mighty, and the wise," comes from Moschus' "Lament for Bion," a work that Wordsworth translated in his youth.
Nevo and Koren point out that in 619 Sophronius was likewise barred from reaching Askelon by Arabs (while on his way to bury John Moschus at Mt.
and Europa in Moschus, as she dissolves without remainder into her
This type of behaviour has also been reported for musk deer Moschus moschiferus (Zaitsev 1983), roe deer Capreolus capreolus (Danilkin 1996), reindeer Rangifer tarandus (Baskin and Hjalten 2001), and Alpine ibex Capra ibex (Kramer and Aeschbacher 1971).