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Faure also discusses the main cultic centers of Benzaiten and their local contributions to the evolution of this deity, paying particular attention to her draconic and/or ophidian attributes.
(46) Metamorphosis from human to ophidian shape is a fairly common motif in folklore and myth, but hardly ever is the process of change described in so much detail as Lewis offers (164-65).
To our knowledge, the expression of ophidian LAAO has rarely been achieved, except the successful expression of active recombinant LAAO in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris [12].
Ophidian incidents are an old and frequent problem, particularly in tropical countries, and snakes in the Bothrops genus are the culprit in most of these events.
Bain de Boue, Pourquoi, warum, Herr Verwirrung, Do you trick trek so far for Ophir Or Opar or any such other Ophidian Orcades, take a gander At panning for this slipsloshed Solvency, land of bilk and funny Money, dangle jingle jangle In the old pants pocket, when you Already have all the doodah, Dits, dots and crosses, ducks And does, sufficient thereto Unto all the livelong day.
Additionally, a better understanding of ophidian problems in the northeastern Brazil may furnish important data for improving educational campaigns designed to prevent these types of attacks, as well as for preserving snakes.
But the evidence that Marais did continue his snake studies, this time in the safer realm of Afrikaans, is found in Die Brandwag of 15 March, 1911, where in his "Slanggif " piece--while injecting badgers with the poison of ringed cobras--he ransacked Andrew Smith's five volumes on zoology of 1838-49 for further instances of ophidian lore.
Poisonous snakes are responsible for around 50,000 deaths among five million cases of ophidian accidents per year in the world, especially in the rural areas of tropical countries in Asia, Africa, and South America [1, 2].
"His son would join the Ophidian Club, and Winn would attend the initiation dinner and drink with the boy who would live his life over again, affirming its correctness at every juncture.
I would like to acknowledge the Ophidian Research Institute for funding the research for this paper.
Swamplandials thematic emphasis on molting, regeneration, identity dissolution and re-formation is everywhere apparent: in the Bird Man's feather coat, in the ophidian devil's promise to metamorphose into a winged divinity of air, wind, and transcendence; in the pointillist hemorrhage of mosquito bites foreshadowing the ruptured hymen of Ava's bloodied innocence.