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wapiti

large deer from North America. Called also American elk, Cervus canadensis.
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Sambar approached the medical team on Thursday and following an X-ray, the doctors proceeded to operate upon him.
We recorded six large ungulate species, gaur (three encounters), banteng (63 encounters), Eld's deer (two encounters), sambar (three encounters), wild pig (58 encounters) and redmuntjac (198 encounters) during line transect surveys.
Since then, a total of nine models, including Sambar, Rex, Pleo, and Stella, have been made, with a total of 7,968,000 units produced over 54 years.
I have heard South Indians being referred to as Sambar drinkers and dosa eaters.
As I miss being part of the celebrations in Mumbai while I write this, I cannot remember what became of Mohali and other stadiums on the menu of Nagpuri macaroni and Chinnaswamy sambar.
Fuji is due to produce its Subaru Stella and Subaru Sambar from Thursday at its Gunma Prefecture plant, while Mitsubishi Fuso will build its vehicles at its plant in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, on Tuesday and Wednesday on a trial basis.
THE SCENE It may be tucked away in a residential area, but serious drinkologists and cocktail mavens seek out Sambar for expert bartenders and top-notch ingredients.
Easy Bean's range of six one-pot meals launched in late 2007 and includes exotic recipes such as African Palava and Indian Sambar, all based around beans and pulses.
This rugged beauty has a sambar stag handle situated behind a cold-forged "S" style stainless steel guard and shark-like mirror-polished 440 C stainless steel blade with an exaggerated choil and recurve on the blade.
The seasoning of the sambar was complex: coriander, cumin and chilies, to name a few.
Incumbent Chakib "Chuck" Sambar was in danger of losing his seat, trailed by Naira Khachatrian and Hasmig Aslanian.