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  • There follows a triptych of popes, numbers 95, 96 and 97 which are Ursus velox (Clement XIV, 1769-1774), Peregrinus apostolicus (Pius VI, 1775-1799) and Aquila rapax (Pius VII, 1800-1823).

    La Mystérieuse prophétie

  • Recovery efforts are underway for swift fox (Vulpes velox) in the northern part of the ecoregion.

    Northern short grasslands

  • Predators once included grizzly bear, gray wolf, coyote, mountain lion, ringtail, bobcat, and the San Joaquin Valley kit fox (Vulpes velox), another southern valley-foothill endemic.

    California Central Valley grasslands

  • Raptors, mesopredators (e.g., coyote (Canis latrans) and swift fox (Vulpes velox)), and ungulates disproportionately use prairie dog towns when available.

    Wyoming Basin shrub steppe

  • Suddenly Lais, the Queen, saw the young commander's face grow taut under the clear, thin velox-glass of his helmet.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Pulsus eorum velox et inordinatus, si mulier quam amat forte transeat.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quinetiam ii sunt indigenarum mores, ut, adveniat modo forma sub pessima morbus, velox et virulentus qualis nusquam alias illico latissime effluat.

    An account of the manners and customs of the Aborigines and the state of their relations with Europeans, by Edward John Eyre

  • Perversum et pessimum est cor meum, ad deploranda propria peccata mea est lapideum et aridum, ad resistendum insultantibus molle et luteum, ad inutilia et noxia pertractanda velox et infatigabile, ad cogitanda salubria fastidiosum et immobile.


  • Genus hominum salubri corpore, velox, patiens laborum; plerosque senectus dissolvit, nisi qui ferro aut bestiis interiere; nam morbus haud saepe quemquam superat; ad hoc malefici generis plurima animalia.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • Moore (1950: 52), seems to have been based on their knowledge of the specimen earlier mentioned by Friedmann (1950: 196) and later identified by Miller (1955a: 161) as _A.s. velox_.

    Birds from Coahuila, Mexico


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