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grampus

killer whale, Orcinus orca. The name is also used for Risso's dolphin, Grampus griseus.
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More episodic than plot-driven, this rollicking tale about some true eccentrics features memorable characters and relationships: between long-suffering Jock and his tormenter Egon, in particular, and between Jock and his Grampus.
1 -- 2 -- color) Above, a pair of grampus whales bask in the waters off Santa Cruz Island.
In this capacity, he also helped organize the Grampus, one of the 16 professional teams in the J League's Division One.
We discovered that Grampus had played the Antlers three times and compiled some alarming statistics:
And Nagoya Grampus Eight, unbeaten in finishing second in Group D, drew 1-1 at both Central Coast Mariners and section-winners Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma.
is considering ceasing to be an official sponsor of the Nagoya Grampus soccer club as the government-requested halt to operations of its Hamaoka nuclear plant in Shizuoka Prefecture is weighing on its bottom line, sources close to the plan said Saturday.
Hangzhou won their opener against Nagoya Grampus and will be tough opponents to beat but Al Ain will be looking to extend their recently-found form to the continental level and regain some lost ground.
A grampus is another name for a type of appeared in action in Europe in 1915?
Wenger, who coached Japanese side Grampus Eight before joining Arsenal in 1996, has said "it's very important that Asia is represented at our club.
In which country did Gary Lineker play football for the Grampus 8 Football Club between 1992 and 1994?
But there were no goals for the Grampus Eight ace in Tuesday's 2-1 defeat against Bulgaria.
Wenger is still big in Japan after the impression he made as boss of Nagoya Grampus 8 and would be favourite for the national manager's job if he ever left Highbury.