ophidian


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ophidian

member of the suborder Ophidia; see snake.
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Other figures in these mandalas are inexplicably drawn with animalistic features whether ophidian, vulpine, or relating to other animals entirely.
The therapy for this duck used early intravenous fluid therapy, an anti-inflammatory drug to decrease the risk of nephrotoxicity, and specific treatment with an ophidian antidote administered at a dose analogous to that in human therapy.
Tropical ophidian faunas show great morphological variety, probably owing to the adaptations presented in the occupation of diverse microhabitats (Guyer & Donnelly) as well as the variability of ecological niches, foraging strategies and diet (Kauffman & Gibbons, 1975).
These cultural manifestations may seem at first detached and mysterious but there is a simple reality behind the ophidian archetype that lies within the experience of ordinary people.
Salvatierra, true to his ophidian nature, finds the firt part idiotic, and the second, crude and common: "?
Andrews CW: Note on some ophidian vertebrae from Nigeria.
Like the Babylonian serpent god who was deposed in Eden but \\ ho persistently grew from the stalls of Hebrew leaders as a trace of early ophidian worship and was eventually pictured hanging from a cross (Exod.
These cultural manifestations may seem at first detached and mysterious, but there is a simple reality behind the ophidian archetype that lies within the experience of ordinary people.
Ophidian Research Institute Director David Feingold, who advises the U.
An earthwork in Serpent Mounds Provincial Park, near Keene, Ontario, Canada, basks with ophidian pretensions beside Rice Lake, but its shape is not especially serpentine.
The demography of a Michigan population of Natrix sipedon with discussions of ophidian growth and reproduction.