"howler"), which is derived from a Piel of nabu, viz.
Geryon (from rygpuw, the howler or roarer) is supposed to personify the storm, his father Chrysaor the lightning, his mother Callirrhoe the rain.
RUDRA (probably from the root rud, " to howl," hence "the howler"), in Hindu Vedic mythology, a storm god, and father of the Maruts who are frequently called Rudriyas.
PS: the howler on page 51 (who won the Edgbaston test by 2 runs) has been fixed in the reprinted editions.
howler monkey on the island which can be reached from the bridge.
Yeah, Bibi is annoying and the PTS is a real howler, but no Bond film is without a few bobbles.
She can kill sloths, howler monkeys, and white-faced Capuchins with ease.
I couldn't work this out, since although we had the odd howler, they were pretty rare.
James Cracknell's fashion piece in the Telegraph contains a howler about which airport is next to Milan's regatta course.
Then, just three minutes into the contest, came the first defensive howler.
At the other end of the scale we developed a real howler of a scenario where the nurse made every mistake in the book.
It starts with a scientific howler, has rules with neither rhyme nor reason.
A late howler from Steve Wilson once again highlighted Lynn's problems between the posts as Folkestone claimed a stoppage time equalizer.
He accused the sub-committee of committing a " schoolboy howler " in its presentation of the evidence.
Do you have one on-screen howler that springs to mind?
We saw a howler monkey on the island which can be reached from the bridge.
As well as the birds we saw green iguanas, black-tailed iguanas, Jesus Christ lizards, American crocodiles and howler monkeys.
schoolboy howler " in its presentation of the evidence.
troupe of red howler monkeys are feeding.
On the far bank a troupe of red howler monkeys are feeding.
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