cattywampus

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cattywampus

1. Crooked or out of alignment; askew. Your tie is all cattywampus. Here, let me fix it for you.
2. Situated diagonally from someone or something else. No, you know Mr. Jones—his house is cattywampus to ours.
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Por otra parte, Sollicitudo rei socialis retoma esta llamada universal de una manera mas "Cristocentrica" (Catta 2015): "un desarrollo no solamente economico se mide y se orienta segun esta realidad y vocacion del hombre [y la mujer] visto[s] globalmente, es decir, segun un propio parametro interior [...] los nuevos bienes y recursos puestos a nuestra disposicion [...] en ello debemos ver un don de Dios y una respuesta a la vocacion del hombre, que se realiza plenamente en Cristo" (SRS 29).
Many of the traditional inhabitants of the border region would adopt the commercial logic imposed by the adherence between the existing unemployment and the possibilities that arose with the strengthening of the Paraguayan free trade zone (Catta, 2002), causing a homogenization of the social practices carried out.
If Kyrgyzstan could adopt this approach, [the country] would win and [introduce] the break-even production," added Catta.
Sex and seasonal differences in aggression and steroid secretion in Lemur catta: are socially dominant females hormonally 'masculinized' Horm.
Reconciliation and post-conflict behaviour in ringtailed lemurs, Lemur catta and redfronted lemur, Eulemur fulvus rufus.
Catta et al., "Livemappers: a learning environment for concept map-based collaborative projects," in Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Concept Mapping, pp.
Two rare Mongoose Lemurs (Eulemur mongoz) and a pair Ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) twins.
(1999).Behavioural patterns associated with faecal cortisol levels in free-ranging female ring- tailed lemurs, (Lemur catta).
HYPOTHESES OF SOCIAL EVOLUTION ON A CAPTIVE LEMUR CATTA
The charismatic fervor spread to France, where it was led initially by Pierre Goursat and Martine Catta. Catta said he felt as if French charismatics "were reviving Pentecost" (p.