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zebra

n. a referee. (Because of the black-and-white striped shirt.) The zebra blew the whistle on almost every play.
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There are two other species of zebras, the mountain zebras and GrA@vy's zebra.
As an ISV and reseller partner, we can not only provide our customers with Zebras full range of powerful and innovative products, but also develop and integrate a range of applications that run on Zebra devices, said Dave Pickburn, director at Proximity.
After they came down, researchers began tracking zebras with GPS and discovered this migration.
For instance, one reason people hunt the zebras is to make traditional medicines from their body fat.
Long ago there was a zebra who lived in a beautiful green jungle.
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First, two zebras appeared about 80 yards out on the sun-baked mud flat followed by a third.
While Grevy's zebras are still threatened by poaching and livestock competition throughout their range, the success in Kalama bodes well for current and future awareness-raising efforts.
Plains zebras are found on the grasslands of eastern and southern Africa.
Lines from many zebras become a giant blur to the lion.
Researchers say that at one time more than 13,000 of the zebras were recorded in northern Kenya.
My experience with zebras has been that they're kind of nutty,'' said mammal curator Bob Barnes.
You might think that their stripes would make zebras stand out in the stony mountains, grassy woodlands, and open plains of Africa where they roam.
Zebras Total Wearable Solutions is the latest milestone in Zebras commitment to delivering visibility thats visionary, following the announcements of the TC8000 mobile computer in January and the 3600 series of ultra-rugged scanners in April.