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antelope

member of the family Bovidae, including the genus Tragelaphus, which contains many genera of African antelopes. Includes a large variety of hollow-horned ruminants from dog to cow size. Many types of horns but all simple and persistent.
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said the doctor; "the flesh of the antelope is exquisite.
said Joe, with his mouth full, "I could live on antelope all the days of my life; and all the better with a glass of grog to wash it down.
So thinking, his untrimmed hair fell down about his shoulders, the stone slab at the side of the antelope skin was dented into a little hole by the foot of his brass-handled crutch, and the place between the tree-trunks, where the begging-bowl rested day after day, sunk and wore into a hollow almost as smooth as the brown shell itself; and each beast knew his exact place at the fire.
Timson's team contributions helped the Antelopes achieve league and section honors.
The glow of Antelope Valley's first Golden League wrestling championship in 19 years extended into the classroom on the Antelopes' Lancaster campus Thursday morning.
His presence enabled Palmdale to rebound from a three-game losing streak to open the season, as well as a 22-19 setback to Antelope Valley, to share the Golden League title with the Antelopes.
Mohan, a senior linebacker and running back, led the Antelopes defense with 121 tackles, two sacks and one interception.
The Antelopes play at Alta Loma in the first round at 3 p.
Lancaster took a 7-3 lead with 7:45 remaining in the game when Tony Jackson, an unheralded junior, scored on a 27-yard-run to cap a six-play, 55-yard drive that started with the Eagles fielding a short kickoff after freshman Brett Lloyd kicked a 21-yard field goal for the Antelopes.
The Antelopes girls' team lacks the experience the boys have, according to coach Kristin Connell.
LANCASTER - Dozens of past and present 4-H members gathered for a reunion hosted by the Eastside Antelopes 4-H Club.
It's like all our big guys are falling out one after another,'' Antelopes guard Andre Crenshaw said.

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