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1 He sent a deer between them.
2 Among others, John Heath has observed, "The unalterable kernel of the tale was a hunter's transformation into a deer and his death in the jaws of his hunting dogs.
3 In classical art Actaeon is normally shown as fully human, even as his hounds are killing him (sometimes he has small horns), but in Renaissance art he is often given a deer's head with antlers even in the scene with Diana, and by the time he is killed he has at the least this head, and has often completely transformed into the shape of a deer.
4 Other sources, such as Iphigenia at Aulis, say that Agamemnon was prepared to kill his daughter, but that Artemis accepted a deer in her place, and whisked her away to Tauris in the Crimean Peninsula.
5 In July 1621, while hunting in Lord Zouch's park at Bramshill in Hampshire, a bolt from his cross-bow aimed at a deer happened to strike one of the keepers, who died within an hour, and Abbot was so greatly distressed by the event that he fell into a state of settled melancholia.
6 Artemis then snatched Iphigenia from the altar and substituted a deer.
7 She was often depicted in paintings and statues in a forest setting, carrying a bow and arrows and accompanied by a deer.
8 On seeing a deer larger than a bull with horns shining, she fell in love with these creatures and held them sacred.
9 People widely believed that the devil appeared at midnight in a ceremony called a Black Mass or black sabbath, usually in the form of a black animal, often a goat, a dog, a wolf, a bear, a deer or a rooster, accompanied by their familiar spirits, black cats, serpents and other black creatures.
10 The beasts portrayed extend beyond swine and include a goat, a snake, a lion and a deer.
11 Having unusually sharp vision (a visual acuity rated 20/10), which once enabled him to shoot a deer at 600 yards (550 m), Yeager displayed natural talent as a pilot and was accepted for flight training.
12 So they may be forced into attacking livestock because it's easier than running down a rabbit or a deer."
13 Most forms of camouflage are made ineffective by movement: a deer or grasshopper may be highly cryptic when motionless, but instantly seen when it moves.
14 In retaliation, Diana splashed him with water from the pool, cursing him, and he transformed into a deer.
15 If she was shown accompanied by a deer, as in the Diana of Versailles, this is because Diana was the patroness of hunting.
16 Other classic animals typically include orangutans, macaques, rhinos, the extinct pigs Sus xiaozhu and S. peii, muntjac, Cervus (a deer), gaur (a cow), the goat-antelope Megalovis, and more rarely the large sabre-toothed Megantereon.
17 A cruceiro, or wayside cross, and San Xurxo church in A Coruña Millenarian rock carvings, Laxe dos carballos at Campo Lameiro, in this detail depicts a deer hit by several spears.
18 Many a time have I seen a deer jump the fence into my back yard, and there were millions of pigeons which we clubbed as they flew low."
19 Their mythology includes legends of a god Chikara, protecting them from starvation and death by sacrificing his own life by being hunted in the form of a deer and other wild game they hunt for food.
20 Among these was an Austrian-made .46 caliber Girandoni air rifle, a repeating rifle with a 20-round tubular magazine that was powerful enough to kill a deer.
21 In 2005, two students claimed to have found a large tooth embedded in the body of a deer on the loch shore.
22 In some mammals, food gathering appears to be related to intelligence: a deer feeding on plants has a brain smaller than a cat, which must think to outwit its prey.
23 However the arrow hits the sage Kindama, who was in engaged in a sexual act in the guise of a deer.
24 Dictionaries of the 18th century simply described "elk" as a deer that was "as large as a horse".
25 a deer might give its bearer swiftness.
26 Another tale tells of a man named Wu Liang (later corrupted to Wu Long, or Oolong) who discovered oolong tea by accident when he was distracted by a deer after a hard day's tea-picking, and by the time he remembered to return to the tea it had already started to oxidize.
27 When researchers fed hamsters grass that grew on ground where a deer that died with chronic wasting disease (CWD) was buried, the hamsters became ill with CWD, suggesting that prions can bind to plants, which then take them up into the leaf and stem structure, where they can be eaten by herbivores, thus completing the cycle.
28 Women often favoured suitors who hunted well and skinned their animals, sometimes even watching while a deer was cleaned.
29 The Hilton of Cadboll Stone dates from around 1,200 years ago, and depicts at the bottom of the panel a deer that is being chased by two large dogs and two armed horsemen.
30 Texas A&M was also the first academic institution to clone each of six different species: cattle, a Boer goat, pigs, a cat, a deer and a horse.