fallow deer

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fallow deer

a small, 150 lb, fawn deer with white spots and a white spot bordered with black on each buttock. Called also Dama dama.
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There are many Dama dama in Europe and they are mainly bred for hunting and meat production.
The programme was partly devoted to guests from abroad (a recital by the pianist Vicki Ray, clarinettist Jean-Marc Foltz, and an appearance by the Portuguese Misso ensemble from Lisbon), and partly to domestic musicians (concerts from the Mondschein Ensemble, Dama Dama, and Ars Incognita, a concert of pieces by students at the Janacek Academy of Performing Arts, and a production of two student operas) as well as a Czech-American opera project that bridged the division between the two sides.