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Aard-vark
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Aard-vark: An edentate mammal, of the genus Orycteropus, somewhatresembling a pig, common in some parts of Southern Africa. It burrowsin the ground, and feeds entirely on
Aardvark
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Aardvark: Nocturnal African mammal which feeds on ants and termites
Aardwolf
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Aardwolf: Striped mammal native of southern and eastern Africa that has the characteristics of a hyena and feeds mainly on insects and especially termites
Abandoned cat
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Abandoned cat: Cat that has been left behind, cat that has been abandoned
Abient
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Abient: Tending to remove an organism from a stimulus or situation (Psychology)
Aboriginal forests
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Aboriginal forests: Forests that have existed in an area from the beginning
Abyssinian cat
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Abyssinian cat: Breed of slender cat with long ears and short brown hair with grey spots
Acetabuliform
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Acetabuliform: (Rom. Antiq.) A vinegar cup socket of the hip bone a measure of about oneeighth of a pint, etc. (Anat.)(a) The bony cup which receives the head of the thig
Acidophil
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Acidophil: (Biology) cell or tissue which is easily stained with an acid dye organism which grows well in an acid environment (also acidophile)
Acidophile
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Acidophile: (Biology) cell or tissue which is easily stained with an acid dye organism which grows well in an acid environment
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