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(vī-var'ē-ŭm, -ă),
Quarters in which animals are housed, particularly animals used in medical research.
[L. vivarius, pertaining to living creatures]
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So we are having to get some locks for the vivarium.
As part of this new partnership, Mispro now operates a 10,000 square-foot vivarium - its first in the region - at The Hamner Institutes.
Sid bangs on the vivarium in the morning, for us to let him out.
Abene, curator at the Georgia-based Orianne Center for Indigo Conservation, gets partial funding from the Cullen Vivarium Wildlife Conservancy in Milwaukee.
The anthology is also published at as Brill's journal Vivarium, vol.
Once inside, visitors can marvel at the African Savannah enclosures, which feature lions, giraffes, and a rhinoceros, or perhaps they would like a cold-blooded visit with the snakes and lizards in the vivarium exhibit.
580) until his retirement which led him via a trip to Constantinople to found and dwell in the Vivarium monastery on his family's Italian Squillace estate.
Combining the archeological with the poetic, Fischer confronts transience and longevity, issues that have haunted art for much of the past half-century, from Rauschenberg's rotted, mud-covered canvases and the Earthworks of Nancy Holt (incidentally Smithson's wife), to Meg Webster's plant works and Mark Dion's Vivarium, 2002-2003 (an homage to Smithson's Dead Tree, 1969).
When I was a 12-year-old paperboy, a family on my route had a substantial outdoor vivarium that housed a dozen or so box turtles.
It lived in a specially-built vivarium in the living room, together with the couple's other snake, Kaa, a six-foot red-tailed boa constrictor, which he has also since given up.
The first two issues include stories on industry news, legislative and regulatory issues, integrating HVAC systems, disaster preparedness, facility construction, facility renovation and vivarium design.