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savanna

a type of habitat occurring in tropical or sub-tropical situations, consisting of grassland and scattered trees. Annual Fig 274
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Savanna was eight months pregnant when she disappeared from her family's apartment in Fargo, North Dakota, August 19.
Only Savanna could launch something like this, was the general consensus during preliminary research.
Up until 2012 Savanna was bigger than Hunter's Gold.
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While rival firms stand on the sidelines waiting for the capital markets to move, Savanna is putting itself forward as a firm ready, willing and able to make deals happen, often before anyone else sees them coming.
I feel the voids left by the savanna, parakeets, bison herds, and passenger pigeons I know only through books.
In the final comparisons of DNA from cell nuclei, the forest and savanna elephants fell into distinct groups.
The first chapter provides a good, concise description of the different types of savanna in North America and estimates the pre-settlement extent of each savanna type.
Another band of savanna ran through California and Oregon.
Savanna, a New York-based real estate private equity and asset management firm, announced that it closed its fourth fund with over $440 million of commitments and added five New York City properties totaling more than 2.
In its area of origin, where the term is now used in Spanish, it has become known basically through education, even though people use it in everyday speech, among other reasons because the savanna forms part of their daily landscape.
Schlank provided the audience with the history of Savanna and outlined how he came onto the New York commercial real estate scene.