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lion

the largest wild carnivore, yellow, tawny or gray in color; males have a distinctive mane. Called also Panthera leo.

lion jaw
see craniomandibular osteopathy.
mountain lion
a lion-colored, maneless lion. Called also Panthera concolor (syn. Felis concolor), cougar, puma.
lion-tailed macaque
Macaca silenus. See also macaque.
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As for volume results, the emirate's external trade of these items reached 6 million tonnes in 2016, with sugar taking the lion's share at 3.
She is the founder and CEO of The Lion's Share Group.
The Lion's Share scheme enables the one-bedroom Oakwood apartment at The Lincombes to be purchased at just pounds 135,958, which represents 85 per cent of the pounds 159,950 list price.
They all pretend to represent Britain but the lion's share of each programme consists of English information with very little mention to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Summary: Britain will contribute the lion's share of a Au6.
It makes up the lion's share of funding for California where, Bertelli noted, one-eighth of the population lives in areas considered at risk for a serious attack.
Cabinetry and labor costs claim the lion's share of a kitchen design budget because of the high demand for scarce woods such as maple.
But the lion's share of SBA largesse goes to some of the least concentrated sectors of the economy, areas already crowded with small businesses able to succeed without taxpayer-backed loans: bars, dentist's offices, dry cleaners.
7 million pledge makes up the lion's share of a $179 million HDC package that looks to create and maintain affordable housing for lower income New Yorkers.
Grunwald wonders how the Corps has escaped the lion's share of culpability for Katrina.
taxpayers, since we provide the lion's share of funding for the UN and its various agencies.
Marc, the brother in deepest trouble, is thus afforded the lion's share of the dramatic action.