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eland

large (1000 to 2000 lb) true antelopes, capable of domestication and favored for game ranches. Called also Taurotragus oryx.
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That depends on how you define what are the vital interests of the United States," says Eland of the Cato Institute.
Safari Club International recognises three separate groupings: the Cape Eland, East African Eland, and the Livingstone's Eland.
Washington may now be promising tough measures, but in reality they have a limited number of possible responses, observed Eland.
Eland is a Nigeria-focused independent exploration and production company led by former Addax Petroleum executive Les Blair, who has years of experience working in Africa's largest oil and gas producer.
The Elands lived at Elland Hall, a 13th Century house at the northern end of Elland Bridge.
When eland bulls grow old, their color turns from tan to slate gray, and they get a distinctive tuft of longer hair on the forehead.
ANGLESEY athletes will this month jet-off to compete at the 13th Bi-annual International Island Games in Eland.
Scott Burton and James Eland had two interceptions each for St.
In "Forcing Freedom" (page 46), reason's Ronald Bailey, Christopher Hitchens, Christopher Preble, and Ivan Eland debate the best way to bring liberal values to the unfree nations of the world.
Air New Zealand has formed an agreement with Eland Technologies for its advanced flight and gate paging application, FlightMinder.
In a December 1998 study -- published nearly three years before bin Laden's name had gained universal infamy -- Eland noted that bin Laden "called the Somalia operation his group's greatest triumph.
SITA, a provider of integrated information and telecomms solutions to the air transport industry, has formed a strategic partnership with the software developer Eland Technologies.