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The rats that underwent yoke training demonstrated higher levels of the alternating stepping pattern than unyoked controls.
and Stratford, Ontario, once strongholds of Shakespearean conservatism, have unyoked themselves from the conventions of mock-Elizabethan dress and stock casting - to the delight and dismay of their audiences.
Already yoked and unyoked once, Goldie continued her mannerly posture as Mike practiced preparing the web harness, slipping it over her pyramidal ears, lifting one paw and then the other, straightening the webbing, and checking his work for proper placement.
In Algerian politics as in modern Algerian history, Woman and Islam, Woman and Nation (uppercases intended) have yet to be unyoked.
Then, from his largess he was about to sacrifice nine bellowing bulls to Caenean Zeus, lord of the wide clouds, and two to the sea--churning lord of the earth, and a long--horned unyoked cow to dark--eyed virgin Athena.
I live the life of Timon - unwed, unyoked, sharp-tempered, unapproachable, laughless, silently self-contained, holding to my own opinions.
I know you all, and will awhile uphold The unyoked humour of your idleness: Yet herein will I imitate the sun,
Pick out four choice bulls, of surpassing form, that now graze among your herds on the heights of green Lycaeus, and as many heifers of unyoked neck.
At this point, right after the bucolic diaeresis, the noun aukhen looks as if it will remain the object of the verb haireomai, until Homer successfully enjambs the next line (108) with a verb and participle in agreement with the noun, [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ("they unyoked [those necks] dripping with sweat"), and then fills out the rest of the line with a further comment, [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ("when they had tired of war").
I live the life of Timon--unwed, unyoked, sharp-tempered, unapproachable, laughless, silently self-contained, holding to my own opinions.