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an acute viral disease of the nervous system of warm-blooded animals (usually transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal)

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It may only have taken bride Lyssa Jordan a few seconds to walk down the aisle at South Queensferry registry office to marry groom Tom Ashcroft.
She was an awesome woman," said her daughter Lyssa.
The interest in financial Literacy has expanded beyond the financial office, which is where Lyssa Thaden, financial education content manager at American Student Assistance, used to focus her pitches.
TIA board members for 2013-14 include: Anthony Blackman, Atlantic Tire & Service; Ernie Caramanico, Amityville Firestone; Lyssa Da Costa, Hercules Tire International; Joseph Henmueller, Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association/Motorist Assistant Program; and Tom Wright, Wright Tire Service.
The film starred Ken Marshall as Colwyn, the Hero who favours a sword as his weapon, and Lysette Anthony as Lyssa, The Princess.
Elizabeth, that popular, royal English name, sparks forth more nicknames than any other --Babette, Bess, Bessie, Bessy, Bet, Beth, Bethina, Betsey, Betsy, Betta, Bette, Bettie, Bettina, Bettine, Betty, Buffy, Elisa, Elise, Elissa, Elisse, Eliza, Ella, Ellie, Elsa, Else, Elsie, Ilse, Lib, Libbie, Libby, Lil, Lillian, Lillie, Lilo, Lily, Lilybet, Lilybeth, Lis, Lisa, Lisabet, Lisabeth, Lisbet, Lisbeth, Lise, Lisette, Lissa, Liz, Liza, Lizabeth, Lizbet, Lizbeth, Lize, Lizette, Lizolet, Lizza, Lizzie, and Lyssa.
Lyssa Taylor of Yazoo City and Brandon Weatherly of Tupelo married in a rustic and elegant ceremony on a Tennessee hillside, while Hattiesburg's Lauren Langton wed Nebraska native Troy Pollard in a New Orleans celebration fit for royalty.
Initial difficulty with fitting in, Miranda is soon targeted by a motley group of classmates Calista, Josh, Lyssa and Ollie.
From left, Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration students Juan Ramirez, Abby Cunningham and Lyssa Treibitz; IFA Pres.
198-220) by Lyssa Randolph, compares discourses about gender and biology in Amy Levy and Constance Naden.
Some are likeable, some are not: take Lyssa, who does nothing when a childhood neighbor repeatedly molests her sister; or the pregnant woman, now on her 127th life, who hates the child growing inside her; or Robin, a girl with skin "the warm color of an expensive coffee drink," who whiles away her time volunteering at the Museum of Maritime Rescue and hopes to one day get a job selling saltwater taffy or waitressing at the local strip club (Pirate's Booty).
Members of this genus include Lyssa (rabies and bat Lyssa viruses), vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV, the cause of vesicular stomatitis of cattle) and many 'minor' viruses such as Isfahan and Chandipura.
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As Maddy and Roger continue to try to solve the mystery of who is whispering/stalking Maddy, frightening situations escalate until they worry that the Whisperer has taken her aunt, Lyssa.