he unites with beasts whose reptilian and ursine
forms are themselves but masking gestures.
A right being unconditional (or else it would not be a right), the pursuit of happiness must therefore always end in success, rather as the bear-hunting of such leaders as Brezhnev and Ceausescu had always to end in ursine
slaughter, thanks to the minions who drove tranquilized bears to be mown down at point-blank range by the leaders.
Moreover, Leicester was not only celebrated as ursine
religious and political hero, he was also symbolically present in dramas of the late sixteenth century where his relationship to Elizabeth and his role as Protestant champion were the subject of the conflicts depicted.
Thus: "Beyond them a furred croup of ursine
magnitude emerge[s] from the cavernous shelter of the limousine" before Eigen, coming out of his taxi, catches "a rise and fall of yellow skirting another solid mass of blue" (415).
Following the shock news of misdemeanours in the modelling world, newspapers this week are poised to break other startling revelations, including the discovery of ursine
faecal traces in the woods, and video evidence that Jordan sleeps on her back.
99) revolves mainly around a burly Madrid dentist who has to leave behind his ursine
pursuits when he suddenly finds himself raising his young nephew, but this sweet comedy takes a few carnal detours as the DDS finds action at the bathhouse and under the right bridge.
A life-size acrylic ursine
from the California Bear Project sponsored by the city's Arts and Events Department has been placed in the amphitheater as the school raises money for its adoption and decoration.
Department of Agriculture Forest Service introduced the ursine
park ranger in 1944, and the message, "Only you can prevent forest fires," remained constant until April 2001, when the Ad Council updated the campaign to address the increasing number of wildfires in the nation's wild-lands.
His most memorable victory came in a stunt match involving a 165-pound black bear (not much more than a cub): Buford won a $50 prize for "defeating" his puzzled ursine
opponent by hitting it with a football block and pinning its back to the mat.
Unlike the ursine
advertisements for his hair tonic, in which the masculine themes of bears and baldness dominate, Atkinson's copy for the Ambrosial Soap exploited women's fears of skin blemishes, freckles and, the ultimate horror, wrinkles.
Here are the ABA's tips for managing ursine
visitors that may turn up in your yard:
1550) praising the ancestry of Lorenzo il Giovane we read: 'As the Laurel [Lorenzo] was justly created from Ursine
stock, so he is also deservedly begotten from the Medici.