pachyderm


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pachyderm

any large, thick-skinned, non-ruminant, hoofed mammal, such as the elephant, hippopotamus or rhinoceros.
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Lewis eyed the 6-acre compound that will contain the Pachyderm Forest, a conservation habitat for Asian elephants that is 44 percent completed.
Tomorrow's procession of precocious pachyderms is slated for 3:30 p.
Thankfully, the matriarch, Tokwe, adopted the young pachyderm as her own.
In a matter of months, this tiny project delivered a powerful capability using less money than Pachyderm spends by lunchtime every day of the year for two years straight The larger effort?
Hollywood legends Marilyn Monroe and James Dean also appear as do Bette Midler and Judy Garland, while elsewhere, Blake selects such unchildfriendly words as ornithology, pachyderm and nude.
Conveniently for the elephants, this is also the time when hundreds of trucks rumble along the nine-mile road, laden with newly-harvested tapioca and sugar cane - particular pachyderm favourites.
From the familiar Z for Zebra, to the esoteric P for Pachyderm and iconic K for King (Elvis Presley), these screen prints reflect his humour, nostalgia and eclecticism.
One passionate pachyderm, perhaps mistaking Julie's immense choppers for ivory, became noticeably aroused.
This is pachyderm polo a surprisingly fast-paced pastime played with multiton elephants.
Play Dead; Real Time (Douglas (Gordon) Flanked in memory by Chris Marker's pachyderm tribute Slon-Tango and the monumental Serras that have graced the same space, Gordon's site-specific video installation at Gagosian had a ghostly weight.
Nonetheless, thanks to some plaster and a specially equipped "air ride" truck, the slow-moving pachyderm and more than 100 prehistoric animal fossils made the voyage from Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Miami, Florida, without incident.