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large venomous ray with large barbed spines near the base of a thin whiplike tail capable of inflicting severe wounds

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Every 2015 Corvette Stingray available at Don Wheaton starts with the same basic engine, a 6.
The C7 Corvette Stingray is priced from EUR74,500 in Germany.
Stingray Digital is the leading multi-platform music service provider in the world, with more than 100 million subscribers in 113 countries around the world.
Nice, but this standard Stingray has a pretty good bite with "only" 460bhp because Chevrolet say it will do 195mph and 0-62mph in 4.
Lyon didn't realize that the creature has attacked his mate as he was capturing the stingray swim away.
The researchers used computational fluid dynamics that employs algorithms to solve problems that involve fluid flows, to map the flow of water and the vortices around live stingrays.
From a service provider standpoint, the Stingray software-based ADC fosters uniformity in functionality and management, regardless of where the Stingray ADC is hosted-in a private data center, a public cloud or in a hybrid environment.
Both the Stingray coupe and convertible will be available in the UK, though only with left-hand drive, and both models share almost identical power-to-weight ratios.
available the Stingray Traffic Manager software with support for Amazon Virtual
The Stingray product family is comprised of three products that can be deployed as software or as a virtual edition: the Stingray Traffic Manager which is a full-featured ADC, Stingray Aptimizer, an industry-leading WCO platform, and Stingray Application Firewall, a sophisticated application firewall for deeper application level security.
Included in the announcement are the release of Stingray Traffic Manager 9.
The southern stingray (Dasyatis americana) is a large, subtropical, benthic elasmobranch that ranges from New Jersey throughout the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean to southern Brazil (McEachran and de Carvalho 1998).
A BRIT landed a whopping world record by catching a 55st stingray.
There was no significant reduction in stingray-related injuries to beach goers at Seal Beach over the period when stingray caudal spine clipping was conducted.
Superbly recorded and energetically performed, the individual pieces include: rock Hopper Penguin (2:13); Amazon ABCs (2:44); Amphibians (2:29); Clamshell Clap (3:18); Circle of Life (3:47); L'ecrevisse (1:59); I Want to Be a Frog Today (3:30); A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea (2:04); Moving Along (2:40); Stingray Shuffle (2:56); Camouflage (1:35); Most Fish Swim (2:39); Seahorses (2:51); I Went to the Aquarium (3:39); Tooth Fairy (2:48); and Turtles (3:00).