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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 Giraffe 19447461911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Giraffe GIRAFFE, a corruption of Zarāfah, the Arabic
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  • The American Cyclopædia Giraffe 1551757The American Cyclopædia — Giraffe GIRAFFE, or Camelopard (giraffa camelopardalis of most authors; cervus camelopardalis
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  • sandy-coloured rock and 'sclusively tufts of sandy-yellowish grass. The Giraffe and the Zebra and the Eland and the Koodoo and the Hartebeest lived there;
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  • Stackhouse Atkinson If anyone ever held his head high in this world it is Mr. Giraffe. If you could keep him for a pet he could easily poke his head in at a
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  • Person. — Extinct Monsters and the World they Lived in. — The Impossible Giraffe. — Its Intelligent use of its Head as a Hammer. — The Advantages and Disadvantages
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  • Giraffe
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  • sheep and cattle. In war they use spears and long, narrow shields of giraffe or ox hide. Their dialect is closely allied to those of the Alur, Lango
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  • Gilbert Islands, The, p. 765 Gilbert — Gilead, p. 766 Gills — Giotto, p. 767 Giraffe — Girondists, p. 768 Girouard — Glaciers, p. 769 Gladden — Gladiator, p
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  • Camel VI.  Kangaroo and 'Possum, too VII.  The Graceful Camelopard—The Giraffe VIII.  Mr. Nose Horn and Mr. River Horse—Rhinoceros and Hippopotamus
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  • 1641290Lake NgamiCharles John Andersson1861   LIONS PULLING DOWN GIRAFFE.   LAKE NGAMI; OR, EXPLORATIONS AND DISCOVERIES DURING FOUR YEARS' WANDERINGS
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  • (11th ed.), 1911 “Gibbon,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Giraffe,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Glutton,” in Encyclopædia
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  • frequently at a total loss to distinguish trees from giraffes or giraffes from trees." The giraffe is now confined to Africa, although in Pliocene times
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  • deer consist of bone, and are processes of the frontal bone; those of the giraffe are independent bones or ‘epiphyses’ covered by hairy skin; those of oxen
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  • for nearly the whole day; as, although they saw a variety of game, no giraffe appeared in sight. In the afternoon, as they passed by a clump of mimosas
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  • hard claw. He asked his tall uncle, the Giraffe, what made his skin spotty, and his tall uncle, the Giraffe, spanked him with his hard, hard hoof. And
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  • and 125 reptiles, including fine specimens of lion, buffalo, polar bear, giraffe, zebu, elephant, python and alligator. The condition of the collection
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  • meetings, etc., continuing from the 25th to the 30th of May. The last giraffe in the London Zoölogical Gardens has recently died, and the institution
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  • Melchiorre Giolitti, Giovanni Giordano, Luca Giorgione Giottino Giotto Gipsies Giraffe Giraldi, Giglio Gregorio Giraldi, Giovanni Battista Giraldus Cambrensis
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  • Elbridge Gers Gettysburg Gettysburg, Battle of Geysers Gfrörer, August Friedrich Gift Giraffe Giraldus Cambrensis Girard, Philippe de Girard, Stephen
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  • Horned cattle! only hear How the dreadful camel wheezes! That's the tall giraffe, my boy, Who stoops to hear the morning lark; 'Twas him who waded Noah's
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