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genet:

see civetcivet
or civet cat,
any of a large group of mostly nocturnal mammals of the Old World family Viverridae (civet family), which also includes the mongoose. Civets are not true cats, but the civet family is related to the cat family (Felidae).
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genet

[′jen·ət]
(vertebrate zoology)
The common name for nine species of small, arboreal African carnivores in the family Viverridae.

Genet

Jean . 1910--86, French dramatist and novelist; his novels include Notre-Dame des Fleurs (1944) and his plays Les Bonnes (1947) and Le Balcon (1956)
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Genet moved to Coventry from Eritrea, in north-east Africa, six years ago and is understood her daughter was her only relative in the city.
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They believe the woman may hold vital information that could help them discover what happened to Genet before she fell to her death on Wednesday morning.
In Funeral Rites, Genet demarcated the site as l'oeil de Gabes, African Batallion slang for the anus.
He fell into a similar trap in Poison when, in saluting Genet for his moral courage, he ripped out the talons that made him Genet.
GeNet is also tightly integrated with GeneSpring, Silicon Genetics' desktop visualization and analysis workbench, to form an enterprise-wide solution for companies performing gene expression research.
Like Netanyahu, Genet saw his country as a key American ally, and he believed that the two nations shared similar ideals and that both confronted enemies of pure evil.
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Through a comparative study of Muhammad Shukri (Choukri) and Jean Genet, this article situates Shukri as a "world writer" who utilizes a poetics of inversion to call socially constituted discourses of authority into question.