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Dientamoeba fragilis: the unflagellate human flagellate.
In a culture where women flagellate themselves for looking at food, it was refreshing to hear big women being talked about as objects of desire.
You could hear the sound of the blows when he flagellate himself.
Those in charge of the local train service, in particular, should be made to wear hairshirts and flagellate themselves in front of the hundreds of disgruntled commuters at Cardiff Central Station every morning and evening.
Hurt yourself, get to know extreme pain, flagellate the body and spirit until nothing can pierce your resistance, except maybe Davina McCall or Jack McConnell.
KABUL (PAN): Second Vice-President Mohammad Karim Khalili on Saturday urged Shiite mourners, who flagellate themselves with knife-fitted chains as part of their religious belief on Ashura, to donate their blood to the needy compatriots.
It is ferias and Semana Santa - Easter Week - where ordinary people, accountants, teachers, doctors among them, flagellate themselves in the street in a bizarre Easter spectacle while their clients, pupils and patients look on with some bewilderment.
In Brazil, VL affects both humans and animals and is caused by Leishmania chagasi, a flagellate protozoan transmitted by the sand fly Lutzomyia longipalpis (2).
Then there was Caprice persisting with her James Joycean variations on the word "flatulent" - to flatulate, flagellate and other words that don't mean to fart - even in California.
We extracted DNA of parasitic forms from each of three flagellate protozoa derived from D.
It is ferias and Semana Santa, where ordinary people - accountants, teachers, doctors among them - flagellate themselves in the street in a bizarre Easter spectacle while their clients, pupils and patients look on with some bewilderment.