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Synonyms for brontosaurus

huge quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaur common in North America in the late Jurassic

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As a matter of survival, the Red Sox have, through the years, made the transition from a team of brontosauruses with bats to one that occasionally might beat you another way - like with a stolen base, a bunt single, or even some shutout pitching.
SUV sales have fallen off a cliff; even the resale market is so bad that about 36 percent of people trading in SUVs in May owed more on the vehicle than it was worth, according to the Wall Street Journal, which is why these automotive brontosauruses are suddenly becoming affordable for low-income motorists.
Holes big enough for a herd of Brontosauruses to fall in.
The hatchling remains will aid in determining the growth rates and appearance of the baby brontosauruses, which reached an adult length of 70 feet, says Carpenter.
You know - the old brontosauruses who think that any industrial action is a blow for freedom in the name of the working class.