Definitions of Excesses


The first step that is necessary to take before knowing the meaning of the term excesses is to discover its etymological origin. Specifically, we can establish that it is a word that derives from the verb “dismantle”, which comes from Latin as it is the result of the sum of two components of that language:

-The prefix “des-”, which is used to invert the action.

-The verb “manar”, which can be translated as “flow”.

The excesses are disorders, disturbances or incidents that alter the tranquility or the normal development of something. These are usually brawls or attacks that require the intervention of the authorities. See Abbreviation Finder for acronyms related to Excesses.

For example: “The government assured that the excesses were promoted by sectors of the opposition”, “Excesses in the classic: there were ten detainees and several spectators ended up injured”, “At the end of the show, some young people caused excesses in the avenue”.

Many times massive events or public shows become the scene of excesses. People lining up outside a theater to buy tickets to a concert can cause rampages if tickets sell out, to name one possibility. Riots can also occur in a football game, such as fights between supporters of different teams or even between players.

Political demonstrations and protests are other events that sometimes end in excesses. If a group of demonstrators who are protesting against the national authorities in front of the Government House is dispersed by the police, riots are likely to ensue as people will try to resist in place and even attack the security forces (or defend against them). they).

A muskrat, finally, is a mammalian animal that resembles the mole. Specifically, we cannot ignore the existence of an animal that responds to the name of Iberian desman. It is a semi-aquatic insectivore that lives, above all, in the mountainous areas of northern Spain, but also in southern France. Its main characteristic is that it has a trumpet-shaped nose.

It is known as a water rat, it measures between 11 and 16 centimeters, weighs between 35 and 80 grams and its life is about 3 years on average.

In addition, it must be said that the front part of its body resembles that of a mole, the hind legs are similar to those of a rat, and the snout resembles that of a shrew. Typically, they live as a couple.

No less relevant is the fact that there are two different subspecies of this Iberian desman: Galemys pyrenaicus rufulus, found in the Central System, and Galemys pyrenaicus pyrenaicus, found in the Pyrenees and in the Cantabrian area.

These species are classified as semi-aquatic or aquatic since their habitat is on the banks of streams or rivers. It should be noted that the excesses can feed on fish, molluscs, crustaceans, amphibians or insects.