(n.) A monkey (Semnopithecus nemaeus), remarkable for its varied and brilliant colors. It is a native of Cochin China.
(1) Sarris later conceded most of his ground, possibly because even bad 60s Wilder (the shriller stuff that was in the air when Sarris was writing: Irma La Douce, Kiss Me, Stupid) couldn't help but look better with the passage of time.
(2) In the result, Glasgow and Dundee called for independence, but Aberdeen and douce old Edinburgh said: "No thanks."
(3) Douce Quietude is one of the better sites in Provence, lively but not too raucous and with a great location in the hills above the seaside town of Saint-Raphaël, and a 10 minute-drive from the lovely beach at Agay.
(4) The karyotypes of 7 douc langurs (Pygathrix nemaeus) and 3 crowned lemurs (Lemur coronatus) were examined.
(5) Intrauterine fetal demise was suspected in a Douc langur monkey based on measurements of declining urinary estrogen levels.
(6) Anyone who recalls the douce calmness of Edinburgh on referendum day in 1997, which re-established the Scots parliament through an act of devolution, won't be surprised at the general even-temperedness (barring, of course, the usual social-media incontinents).
(7) As actor-manager, Gassman had continued to choose appealing roles, but, after a successful season appearing in Irma La Douce in 1959, and, in the same year, winning national popularity by exploiting his over-the-top versatility on a television series, Il Mattatore (something between "matador" and "madman"), he decided the time had come to launch a long-cherished project, his Teatro Popolare Italiano (TPI), which made him one of Italian television's first nationwide stars.
(8) The very long lag phase observed for ATP and P-choline evolution was comparable with that observed for the progressive intracellular digestion of cytoplasmic constituents (Journet, E., Bligny, R. and Douce, R. (1986) J. Biol.
(9) The availability of methods to fractionate non-green plastids and to prepare their limiting envelope membranes [Alban, Joyard & Douce (1988) Plant Physiol.
(10) Abnormalities in 23.5% of the karyotypes of 1 male douc langur were associated with a history of fathering stillborns and abortuses (38%).
(11) MacLaine, who has made more than 60 films, made her debut in Alfred Hitchcock's 1955 movie The Trouble with Harry ; her performance winning her the first of seven Golden Globes that she has amassed over a career that has included movies such as Some Came Running (alongside Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra), Irma la Douce (with Jack Lemmon) and Steel Magnolias.
(v. t.) To put out.
(1) The standard of death certification needs to be improved upon, especially with respect to the clarification of the primary and the contributory causes of death and whether post-mortem examination was carrie dout or not.