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mane

(mān)
n.
The long hair along the top and sides of the neck of certain mammals, such as a horse or a male lion.

mane

(mah'nā)
In the morning.
[L.]

mane

the region of long coarse hair at the dorsal border of the neck and terminating at the poll in the forelock. Present in the horse and other Equidae. Similar gatherings of coarse hairs are present in the giraffe, gnu, various antelope, cheetah and lion. Called also juba.

buzzed-off mane
broken or sheared hairs in the mane, causing it to be irregularly shortened; seen with self-trauma in response to pruritic skin disease such as Culicoides hypersensitivity.
mane and tail dystrophy
short, brittle hair in the mane and tail of horses; the cause is unknown.
References in classic literature ?
Easily before had Tarzan locked his legs beneath the belly of a lion while he clung to its long mane and stabbed it until his point reached its heart.
This cheered him immensely; and when he came back to Novastoshnah that summer, Matkah, his mother, begged him to marry and settle down, for he was no longer a holluschick but a full-grown sea-catch, with a curly white mane on his shoulders, as heavy, as big, and as fierce as his father.
By daylight Kotick's mane was standing on end and his temper was gone where the dead crabs go.
His curly white mane stood up with rage, and his eyes flamed, and his big dog teeth glistened, and he was splendid to look at.
The likely explanation, D'Agostino said, was testosterone - the hormone that makes male lions develop manes at around one year of age.
MANEs commitment to sustainable innovation is to design more eco-friendly chemical products and processes so as to reduce or eliminate the use of hazardous substances.
The original Mane 'n Tail hair care line started 40 years ago on a rural family farm in New Jersey as a solution for horses to have fuller, thicker, healthier manes and tails.
Manes, a longtime journalist, was granted unprecedented access to Pacific Northwest Ballet during the 2007-2008 season, and his mammoth volume, out in paperback this month, takes in every aspect of the art form, from company and school rehearsals to board meetings and technical issues.
Lion's Manes - at their biggest the world's largest jellyfish - have been making their way through Llandudno waters.
Ben Barkow and Klaus Leist describe the remarkable cultural activities of Philipp Manes an inmate of Theresienstadt, the Nazi ghetto in north-west Bohemia.
Attorneys for the county had argued at the trial that Deputy Rick Manes was justified in shooting Mitchell, who was unarmed, because Mitchell tried to grab Manes' gun and then went after his partner's gun, Galipo said at the time of the verdict.
Whether novice or experienced researcher into the metaphysical subjects of stick signs (purposeful symbols), mane braiding (intricate braids appearing in horses' manes overnight), the predominant Bigfoot theories and why they don't fit the known facts, and the distortions of human history as they have affected our perceptions of Bigfoot, "Backyard Bigfoot" is as informative as it is entertaining, and most especially recommended to the attention of those with an interest in human evolution, lost civilizations, UFOs, ancient artwork, metaphysical studies, and the legendary Sasquatch known in the Himalayan mountains as the Yeti, and in our own North American forests as Bigfoot.