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antler

(ănt′lər)
n.
One of a pair of hornlike, bony, deciduous growths, often elongated and branched, on the head of an adult member of the deer family, usually found only on males.

ant′lered adj.
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During the period October 1 u October 15, only antlered deer may be harvested in the Restricted Archery Zone, regardless of permits in possession.
Antlered IPA is brilliant gold in colour and pours with a white head.
defoliated, intertwined, reigning in the backyard like an antlered
JOHN'S, raised over $3,600 for a mission to South Sudan with some help from an antlered Canadian icon.
For example, a Scandinavian friend of mine last week sawed off the antlered skull of a roadkill deer and suggested I hang it on my wall as a trophy.
My 14-year-old son Ethan shot his first antlered buck at 7:30 a.m.
But antlered bulls can locate the position of moose cows much more accurately than males without antlers or other females, suggesting the antlers play a part in hearing, the researchers said.
We observed a shift away from 30- to 40-inch antlered bulls and toward [greater than or equal to] 50-inch antlered bulls in the harvest after SHS were implemented (Table 1).
THE hunt is on for moose in North Birmingham - but not the antlered variety.
The Ibrox stars arrived at their Murray Park training ground to find the antlered ones had set up home on the club's training facilities and are refusing to budge.
Swanson's sculptures (featured in the 2004 Whitney Biennial) look like taxidermic deer-hunter trophies, but his antlered bucks are fabricated from foam and encrusted with dazzling crystals.
That image is probably from her mid-60s--ever-popular, in demand to entertain college boys and antlered critters of all ages.