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ursine

of, relating to, or resembling a bear or bears
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Its mild-mannered ursine hero (voiced by Ben Whishaw) emerges as a genuine inspiration in these troubled times.
There are wonderful sequences of physical comedy, with Paddington like an ursine Charlie Chaplin, messing up a haircut, washing windows with his entire furry being, or doing the laundry in prison and turning everyone's uniforms pink.
One gag, when our ursine hero introduces his prison friends and the frame fills up with rogues, one by one, has the same comic trigger as the old vaudeville skit where an infinite number of passengers emerge from a small car.
Figure 1b shows the calibration pattern built considering the work of Ursine et al.
Assuncao & Ursine (40) have investigated the association between factors such as educational, demographic, socioeconomic, health, disease perception, social support and adherence to nonpharmacological treatment in 164 diabetes mellitus patients assisted by the Brazilian government Family Health Care Program (PSF, in the Portuguese abbreviation) in a district in the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte.
Other antibiofilm natural compounds include five ursine triterpenes and corosolic acid from Diospyros dendo and asiatic acid [10-12], ginseng aqueous extract and its constituent zingerone [13,14], tannins from Anadenanthera colubrina, Commiphora leptophloeos, and Myracrodruon urundeuva [15] and bacterial products such as 3-indolylacetonitrile [16].
Favreau clearly understands that the Mowgli-Baloo relationship is the real key to the story, and he slows the film's pace long enough to build up an effective hangout vibe, with Murray voicing the role as the world's most charming ursine used-car salesman.
These supermen transcend conventional morality, and it may well be, as ursine Coach Tump observes of Willard, that "this was the Boss Snake of the team.
The Bear Who Loved Puccini, written by Arnold Sundgaard and illustrated by Dominic Cataleno (New York: Philomel Books, 1992), chronicles the journey of an ursine tenor from northern Minnesota who is smitten by the music of the Italian composer and fulfills his dream of singing at La Scala.
Social correlates of fecal testosterone in male ursine colobus monkeys (Colobus vellerosus): the effect of male reproductive competition in aseasonal breeders.
Another experience of the ursine variety involved a family in Tennessee who awoke to find some bear cubs playing on their silver Lexus SUV and then discovered the reason they wouldn't leave was because of an uninvited passenger within A-...