cheetah


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  • noun

Synonyms for cheetah

long-legged spotted cat of Africa and southwestern Asia having nonretractile claws

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The increase in cost of revenues was mainly due to higher traffic acquisition costs associated with the Cheetah Mobile ad platform business, higher bandwidth and internet data center (IDC) costs associated with increased user traffic worldwide and data analytics, in addition to higher amortization costs from intangible assets resulting from acquisitions.
Arther Wu, Cheetah Mobile's Senior Director of Monetization and Business Operation, will mentor the INI Practicum team.
The female cheetah apparently has a playful side as she often bites the fence of her enclosure.
Earlier Iranian Environmental Protection Organization announced that population of the Asiatic cheetah is approximately 70 to 120.
Our study found that whilst cheetahs are capable of running at exceptionally high speeds, the common adage that they simply 'outrun' their prey does not explain how they are able to capture more agile animals.
The cheetah is in a race against extinction, and every opportunity we get to tell the cheetah's story is important.
In the UAE, she said there are "about 150 cheetahs in legitimate facilities".
It is generally agreed that the total number does not exceed 100, making the Asiatic cheetah an endangered species.
Sanctuary outreach director Debbie Cobb told The Tampa Tribune that Cheetah was outgoing, loved finger painting and liked to see people laugh.
Cheetah couples this monitoring solution with the Q-Advisor management software solution designed to aid the video technician in identifying and prioritizing video defect resolution.
There is no record of a cheetah attacking human beings," Singh said.
On their trips to their South African property, they began volunteer working at the Spier Cheetah Outreach Centre.
Due to its plight in recent decades, the cheetah, which can reach speeds of 70 miles per hour, is considered one of the world's most endangered species by the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).
He fled screaming into the house as the cheetah slunk out of bushes towards him.