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Bobcat
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Bobcat: Wildcat with a brown coat marked with black spots (found in North America)
Boce
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Boce: A European fish (Box vulgaris), having a compressed body andbright colors called also box, and bogue.
Boning
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Boning: The clearing of bones from fish or meat. The manuring of land with bones. A method of leveling a line or surface by sighting along the topsof two or more straight
Bony
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Bony: Consisting of bone, or of bones full of bones pertaining tobones. Having large or prominent bones. Bony fish (Zo?l.), the menhaden. Bony pike (Zo?l.), the gar pike
Boomdas
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Boomdas: A small African hyracoid mammal (Dendrohyrax arboreus)resembling the daman.
Borele
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Borele: One that bores an instrument for boring. (Zo?l.)(a) A marine, bivalve mollusk, of the genus Teredo and allies, whichburrows in wood. See Teredo.(b) Any bivalve mo
Bouvet Island
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Bouvet Island: Norwegian island located south of the Cape of Good Hope in the Atlantic Ocean (South Africa)
Bovid
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Bovid: Relating to that tribe of ruminant mammals of which the genusBos is the type.
Bovidae
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Bovidae: (Zoology) mammal family of cud-chewing animals (comprising of antelopes, cattle, oxen, sheep and goats)
Bovinae
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Bovinae: (Zoology) mammal family that includes hoofed domestic cattle and buffalo and bison (may include the kudu)
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