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  • It definately wouldn't play in Peoria or Podunk come to that, but it's hardly copro-necro-zoophilia either.

    The Sex Factor

  • Bonhoeffer refers to the strong tendency to disgust-evoking manifestations, to copro-practice which manifest themselves in the soiling of the walls and face with excrements, the drinking of urine, etc.

    Studies in Forensic Psychiatry

  • Imira spent nearly two years searching for copro partners and by January last year had only just made enough presales to finance production, as C21 reported.

  • From Greek copro - (dung) + - lalia (chatter, babbling), from lalein (to talk). Today's Highlights

  • The next 300-episode season, however, became a copro partnership between the network and ITV Global's production sibling, ITV Studios.

  • An ELISA for a fecal (copro) antigen of Echinococcus, now a major component of a Gates Foundation-funded attempt to eradicate this parasite in Northern Peru; - latest science and technology news stories

  • "Homophila" is quite synonymous with "homosexuality", I have heard it before, but usually in comparision to other paraphilias (pedo -, necro -, copro - etc).

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  • He also highlighted William the Conqueror, a historical copro with Starz Media that was unveiled yesterday and which Silverman compared to The Tudors - a series he jointly exec produced for Showtime.

  • UK-based animation house Cosgrove Hall Films is heading to MipTV next week seeking copro, distribution and financing partners for its latest property, Ruby to the Rescue.

  • The Agency, Pure Grass's latest effort since the company's copro Kirill for MSN and its Hammer Horror / MySpace chiller Beyond the Rave, is an interactive drama about a group of assassins.


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