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eland

large (1000 to 2000 lb) true antelopes, capable of domestication and favored for game ranches. Called also Taurotragus oryx.
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Formed in 1988, Eland Logistics is a full-service supply chain manager.
Boulet believed the eland would visit every tow or three days.
Paul Cleasby, defending, said Bryan supplied addicts to feed his own habit, Eland was also a user, it was not her enterprise and she did not profit.
But the creation of a confederation, loose federation, or even a partitioned nation should reduce such fears and lessen the chance of internecine conflict, says Eland.
Examining examples of counterinsurgency warfare, Eland (director, Center on Peace and Liberty, The Independent Institute) argues that they rarely result in military and political victory for the counterinsurgency forces and that therefore large powers should avoid such wars unless it is absolutely clear that their vital interests are threatened (fortunately for the United States, he adds, that is rarely the case).
Elliot Eland was born with Angelman's syndrome - a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties and a permanent smile on his face, the Mirror reported.
In his new book No War for Oil, Ivan Eland of the Independent Institute provides a valuable survey of the geopolitical nonsense surrounding oil.
Al Ain Animal lovers are in for a treat after Al Ain Zoo took delivery of four eland antelopes from east and southern Africa.
His partner, Joanne Eland, 52 was watching him through the kitchen window when it happened and raced outside to help.
His wife, Joanne Eland, and daughter, Trudy, looked on in horror as he slipped on to the blade.
The business, owned by George Eland, has been running for three years, but could only recycle paper and some cardboard.