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ursine

of, relating to, or resembling a bear or bears
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To protect human property and ursine life, ranchers began working with the Alberta government to limit attractants.
Beowulf's name is commonly explained as "bees' wolf," in other words, a honey-eater, a bear, "who breaks swords, rips off arms, and crack ribs with ursine power and clumsiness" (Shippey, The Road to Middle-earth, 80).
ECONOMIC OFFICER PRISCICCA HOOTEN-WAGSMORE; "I DRAT AN URCENT MEMO ON ARCTIC BCRDER DISPUTES BUT THE OFFICE OF URSINE AFFAIRS WILL NOT CLEAR ON IT UNLESS THE MEMO IS ACCOMDWIED BY A JAR OF HOUEY I WAKE UP AND BOX MORE HONE"
While undoubtedly the bear knew I was there, it was unable to pinpoint my exact location, despite the intensity of its ursine glare.
But I have often sensed that others have the influence of the beasts upon them: the porcine, the bovine, the feline, the equine, the vulpine, the canine, even the ursine.
The Ursine series was exhibited at the Jaski Gallery in Amsterdam earlier this year and some cool people like Tom Ford, Ashton Kutcher and Daniel Craig have bears hanging in their office and home," said Jill.
A bear is spotted sniffing around before the official ceremony, possibly staking an early claim on freshly restored territory of its ursine ancestors.
For Canadian-born Aykroyd, who lent his vocal talent to DreamWorks' Antz, becoming Yogi posed more of a challenge, although he jokes that he shares the "Yogi Bear appetite" with his ursine alter-ego.
e", the wilderness adventure of 11-year-old Emily and an ursine friend in
The many users who availed themselves of the services of the ursine service provider were pleased with his consistently well written press releases, articles, advertisements, and creative assignments.
Then came the ursine bumbling of Yeltsin-era capitalism.
This ursine history makes perfect sense to me, for my personal development has reflected the growth of the bear movement.