ferine


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wild and menacing

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Bella describes Senna and Zafrina as "ferine" (612), and she claims, "I'd never met any vampires less civilized" (613).
It maintained that contrary to "all warlike, princely, manlike or Christian examples in any wars," Philip sought to take the queen's life "sundry secret ways by secret murder." (65) Or, as the French version stated, "non par armes & par les actions ordinaries de la guerre mais clandestinement & par assassinates recerchez en diuerses sortes." (66) Francis Bacon likewise elaborated on the shamefulness of such slayings in a tract penned about the Lopez case, describing such a secret and suborned attempt to kill as "not only against all Christianity and religion, but against nature, the law of nations, the honour of arms, the civil law, the rules of morality and policy; finally, to be the most condemned, barbarous and ferine act that can be imagined." (67)
Some of the non-inhibitory serpins such as CBG which are transmitting the hormones and those globolines which are adjoining to (TBG-tirocsine) and peptide hormones (the carrier of angiotansionogen, vterineserpines like UTMP (uterine milk protein) and UFAP (utera ferine associated protein) are including in extracellular serpins in b/c/e groups.
Ce changement ne se fait pas de gaiete de cceur, comme le relate une participante: [much less than] J'ai eu de la peine quand le Syndicat de Quebec a ferine. Oui.
La Federation des Associations d'Immigres et refugies (FERINE) considere, pour sa part, l'exclusion des immigres de l'assistance sanitaire d'agression de la part du gouvernement sous pretexte que les immigres abusent des services de sante.