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relating to the desires and appetites of the body

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It struck me that if only such animals became a ware of their strength, we should have no power over them, and that men exploit animals in much the same way as the rich exploit the proletariat.
Protests by animal rights groups against the use of animals in the circus started more than a dozen years ago with periodic demonstrations and demands for better care for the animals.
The brutality of a society, whose dominant trait can be clearly described as maximization of economic profit, is reflected in the fate of those without rights and of animals," Holler and Trockel contend.
Wide-bodied animals such as pines, raccoons, opossums, and beavers are pacers, producing a waddling gate when walking.
The vast amount of material published about Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) has focused on animals that are commonly pets and are easily transported to facilities and persons desiring this therapy.
A We study animals because it's impossible to fill in our information gaps with studies of human MS tissues.
Decades of research and improvement in cloning techniques have resulted in the production of animal clones that are as healthy as conventional animals and those conceived through other forms of assisted reproductive technology.
After an outcry from women's groups, female city employees and pressure by City Controller Laura Chick, the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services announced that it would disassociate itself from the July 13 event, which Hooters says will still be held.
Developing systems that link human and animal disease reporting systems can help identify and facilitate a response to known and emerging zoonotic diseases.
But critical differences in physiology and biochemistry among animals create uncertainty about how well the findings apply to people.
Despite these social history aspects of her work, Robbins is most concerned with her exotic animals as cultural metaphors.
In 2003, however, a new and growing movement is trying to afford some genuine legal rights for animals.
In Australia, consequences from not using these agents in food animals (i.
Numerous studies have shown the beneficial effects of animals on the health and adjustment of individuals, including children.
It sounds cruel and unusual, but it's reality for millions of animals living in pet shelters.