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said Joe, with his mouth full, "I could live on antelope all the days of my life; and all the better with a glass of grog to wash it down.
A herd of a dozen antelopes were quenching their thirst in the bed of a torrent where some pools of water had lodged.
The langurs, the big gray-whiskered monkeys of the Himalayas, were, naturally, the first, for they are alive with curiosity; and when they had upset the begging-bowl, and rolled it round the floor, and tried their teeth on the brass-handled crutch, and made faces at the antelope skin, they decided that the human being who sat so still was harmless.
So thinking, his untrimmed hair fell down about his shoulders, the stone slab at the side of the antelope skin was dented into a little hole by the foot of his brass-handled crutch, and the place between the tree-trunks, where the begging-bowl rested day after day, sunk and wore into a hollow almost as smooth as the brown shell itself; and each beast knew his exact place at the fire.
The antelope, scarce twenty paces from him, continued their feeding, when suddenly, from close beside the latter, there came a most terrifying roar, and I saw a great, tawny body shoot, from the concealing verdure beyond the antelope, full upon the back of a small buck.
Then the Doctor was very happy; for all the lions and the leopards and the antelopes and the giraffes and the zebras--all the animals of the forests and the mountains and the plains --came to help him in his work.
Casteel of Soar High Therapy Center; Peg Ann Lee, an Antelope Valley College adjunct faculty member and Jackie Robinson Park recreation supervisor; Vivian Komoro, director of the Antelope Valley Women's Conference 2007; Eve Eveland, owner of Simply Elegant Floral Design; Los Angeles County High Desert Health System family nurse practitioner Marsha Wehr; Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council program manager Lorraine Hines; Jan Tantangelo, founder of the Antelope Valley Labor Day Sky Parade; Joshua Elementary School teacher Elizabeth Weaver.
The original modular computing technology that Antelope utilizes was developed by IBM Watson Research Center in New York.
Announced at the recent Avon Walk for Breast Cancer Los Angeles in Long Beach, the grant goes to Antelope Valley Hospital and Care-A-Van Mobile Clinic, a program of Partners In Care, to implement the Antelope Valley Breast Cancer Resource Network to reach and educate more ``medically underserved'' women.
Antelope will be focusing on the industrial, commercial and military applications and with an eye on the consumer market for 2003," says Kenneth Geyer, president of Antelope Technologies.
The concert starts the Antelope Valley Symphony Orchestra and Master Chorale's 2006-07 season, ``Symphonic Oasis,'' which marks the group's 42nd year.
is pleased about the affiliation with Antelope Valley Bank.
Fine particulates in smoke blowing in from the 17-day-old Day Fire in Ventura County topped more than 130 micrograms per cubic meter in early afternoon, according to monitoring by the Antelope Valley Air Pollution Control District, which issued a health advisory warning people to stay indoors and limit prolonged exertion.
Runner's proposal for a Antelope Valley Higher Education Joint Powers Authority is an outgrowth of a renewed effort led by the Antelope Valley Board of Trade to convince state officials to open a California State University campus in the Antelope Valley.
Seefus, president and CEO of Antelope Valley Bank, said: "The purpose of this new affiliation is to enable Antelope Valley Bank to provide a broader range of products and services to our customers.