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This is rather a comforting conclusion, in the sense that it is what we might predict from basic principles: a place where the system is confused is becoming rather more regularized with the regular verb forms taking over from irregular ones, and the irregular ones becoming specialized, often in rather fixed expressions such as cleft plate, cleft chin, cleft stick, cloven hoof.
BEIRUT: A man with cloven hoofs in place of feet and a clay pot on his head sips liquor from a martini glass while riding on the back of a giant fish with legs.
yet you are only pig in the pen to sling mud bile and sh**e every inch your evil cloven hoofs trample", People Magazine reported.
The penultimate section of this article is devoted to a comparison of The cloven Viscount and Birds, in which both differences and similarities are identified.
Summary: ABU DHABI - The import of cloven hoof animals and other related products from Egypt to the United Arab Emirates have been banned by the countryAEs Ministry of EnvironmentC and Water.
The giraffe belongs to the family of grazing animals that have cloven hooves and chew the cud, thereby making them consistent with kosher rules, but the milk test was the final confirmation.
In the bubbling brew of elements that make up this assuredly self contained and beguiling fifth album from Alison and her collaborator Will Gregory, there's a healthy splash of Madonna essence, blended with zest of Kate Bush, all stirred round with David Bowie's cloven hoof.
this break: let the cloven atom shine in tourmaline
I don't have any animals with cloven feet," he said.
As a precautionary measure and because of the high state of alert currently in place due to the recent cases of foot-and-mouth disease, it was decided to immediately check all our cloven hoof stock for any signs of disease and do necessary tests; and as part of our standard precautionary procedures Defra was also alerted.
Most recognized are satyrs and fauns of Greek and Roman mythologies who roamed the forests, with their cloven hooves, goat or deer-like appearances, with overly aggressive sexual appetites or mischievous, but playful ways.
The launch of the new download has been scheduled to coincide with the launch of Taylor's second novel, Cloven, a tale of the exploration of man's relationship with animals and the countryside.