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Fenris:

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, Norse giant (or deity) who personified evil. He hated the gods of Asgard and continually sought to overthrow them. His worst exploit was the murder of Balder, for which he was punished by Thor.
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Fenris

frightful wolf, grew sinisterly in size and strength. [Scand. Myth.: LLEI, I: 328]
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Al parecer es hijo del gigante Farbauti, y su madre es Laufey o Nal; es padre de los enemigos divinos: la serpiente Midgardr, el lobo Fenrir y Hel, pero tambien ayuda a los dioses en momentos conflictivos; se le denomina <<el Aereo>> o <<el Luminoso>>; es el dios que tiene mas connotaciones negativas de todo el panteon germanico, pero tambien el que tiene mayor numero de atributos y que no tiene una funcion especifica.
Since Remus was bitten by Fenrir at a very young age, most of his life experiences contain some degree of societal scorn.
Fenrir wore down King's Account in the last 50 yards, and winning trainer John Weymes's father Ernie said: 'The ground today has obviously helped him.
The death of Hondscio (hand-shoe, or glove) is even offered as a kind of analogue to the loss of Tyr's hand, bitten off at the 'wolf-joint' by the wolf Fenrir in Snorri's famous story.
When the chain was placed on him, Fenrir bit off the hand of the god Tyr.
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XVII, using the Norse myth of the Fimbulwinter before Ragnorak (see King's footnote 33; he oddly does not point out Davidman's allusions to MiSgarSsormr and Fenrir in ll.
Dave, who played the iconic werewolf, Fenrir Greyback, suffered an untimely death during his hike at the Death Valley dessert in California.
Just when all seems lost the battle swings the other way and Loki's first-created-wolf Fenrir decides to regain his lost humanity.
One avalanche and one Fenrir wolf later, maybe on campus alone was the better choice?