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grampus

killer whale, Orcinus orca. The name is also used for Risso's dolphin, Grampus griseus.
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From a technical point of view we played the better football, but the Mariners as a team didn't give up," Nagoya Grampus coach Dragan Stojkovic said.
Grampus pulled one back soon after the break through Jungo Fujimoto.
Grampus feels he's losing at life, "the Big Game of Everything," because he's not ostentatiously rich like his obnoxious old friends, who show up and joyfully wreak havoc.
In the five years before he took over at Arsenal, Wenger won two French cups with Monaco, was twice runner-up in the league and lost in the final of the Cup Winners' Cup before moving to Japan, where he won the league and cup with Grampus 8.
Custom-made, solar-powered battery rechargers are available for individuals who use power wheelchairs, and a customized pontoon boat can ferry visitors around Grampus Lake.
It was at the urging of Harvard University zoologist Henry Bryant Bigelow, shown here piloting the yacht Grampus in 1912, that the National Research Council in 1919 formed its first Committee on Oceanography.
Whale watchers have been sighting grampus whales, also called Risso's dolphins, near Santa Cruz Island.
Revenues earned by the Nagoya Grampus Eight, as the team is officially called, show a downtrend, he admits.
In preparing for the Nabisco Cup Competition in Japan's Professional Soccer League last year, the Grampus Eight team decided to hire a special coach to prepare its keeper, Y.
Orc in reference to a vaguely cetacean sea monster is borrowed from one or more Romance words, as French orque or Italian orca, all ultimately descended from Latin orca, which probably denoted a small cetacean such as the grampus.
Slovenia boast a number of players who ply their trade in Europe's top domestic leagues plus Milivoje Novakovic, who now plays for Nagoya Grampus in Japan who has weighed in with an impressive 31 goals in 72 appearances for Slovenia.
Wenger, who joined Arsenal from Nagoya Grampus Eight in 1996, has not signed it yet as he has been concentrating on Arsenal's Premier League campaign, the report added.