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Definition of Lusus naturae

Lusus naturae
Lusus naturae Lu"sus na*tu"r[ae] [L., fr. lusus sport + naturae, gen. of natura nature.] Sport or freak of nature; a deformed or unnatural production.

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- "Armed and Ready" (feat. Casey Lee Williams) Jeff Williams 5:14 7. "Lusus Naturae" Jeff Williams 4:24 8. "Bmblb" (feat. Casey Lee Williams) Jeff Williams...
- approach. David Bayford called it dysphagia lusoria because in Latin, lusus naturæ means sports of nature or natural anomaly. Bayford-Autenrieth dysphagia...
- that: “[t]he natives have long been in the habit of making use of this lusus naturae [freak of nature] as a habitation; it is indeed a dry and comfortable...
- category can be seen in the notion of the preternatural category of the lusus naturae, in natural history writings and in cabinets of curiosities. The last...
- daughter also makes an appearance in the last novel. The short story "Lusus Naturae" by Margaret Atwood centers on a young woman whose parents fake her...
- and Constance. Jorrie and Constance forgive each other for the past.. Lusus Naturae - Means Latin for 'freak of nature' and refers to a woman with a genetic...
- published by Laban. 2010 SPILL Festival Of Performance: On Agency. 2010 Lusus Naturae: Porca Miseria and the Spectacle of Shamelessness. Article by Lee Adams...
- depict nature without mediation. Scilla argued that fossils were not lusus naturae, whimsical simulacra of animals and plants created by God or divine...
- polydactyly he came across among a people of this region:- A remarkable lusus naturae was observed among the women of the Frazer Range, one of whom had six...
- Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, 1949, 1-6, p. 58-59. "À propos de "Lusus naturae", in Chronique d'Égypte, 1949, 47, p. 95. Le temple d'Hatshepsout à...
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