chameleon


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a changeable or inconstant person

a faint constellation in the polar region of the southern hemisphere near Apus and Mensa

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In an open-access paper published Monday, German researchers said they found bony projections from chameleon skulls fluoresce under ultraviolet (UV) light.
One of them was that if a chameleon held on to your hair, you would have to be shaved because it would not let go.
After determining the traditional loan structures of bank financing would not be able to fulfill the company's unique needs, Chameleon turned to BFS for a customized alternative which included funding lines in both the US and the UK
Chameleon Power will be walking NeoCon and talking about VR, product simulation and color visualization tools and how brands can benefit.
He and his team placed a chameleon in a tank with a cricket.
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Males of a newly described chameleon species sport a distinctive double-tipped snout.
A $22 million deal has been presented to Chameleon Integrated Services (Chameleon) to offer Global Service Desk support and management services for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).
AN EXOTIC veiled chameleon was found in Cardiff after it fell out of a tree - and will now need specialist care to recover from the "harsh" Welsh weather.
Chameleon particles would carry a chameleon force, and these particles would adjust to their surroundings to hide from detection.
Chameleon Club Dubai was relaunched on July 28 at the Byblos Hotel Tecom with new zones and upgrades on offer.
Or that a chameleon can catch 100 flies in just a few minutes?
Former Zimbabwe National Parks warden Ken Worsley captured these very interesting images of a flap-necked chameleon (Chamaeleo dilepis) shedding its old skin on a recent bush trip.
Also, how quickly their heads change color is an important predictor of which chameleon will win a skirmish.
I taught the students how to draw a chameleon using basic shapes: a triangle for the head, oval for the body, etc.