pachyderm


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any of various nonruminant hoofed mammals having very thick skin: elephant

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Francesca joins 43-year-old Wolee in the zoos pachyderm exhibit.
The protests subsided after assurances of monetary relief and a hunt was ordered to track down the pachyderm and kill it.
Lewis eyed the 6-acre compound that will contain the Pachyderm Forest, a conservation habitat for Asian elephants that is 44 percent completed.
Pachyderms are known for their memory but the welcome of a new member of a elephant sanctuary herd came as a tender surprise.
The mechanical pachyderm is similar to the Sultan's Elephant that was part of a street show created by the Royal de Luxe theatre company that toured Europe in 2005 marking the 100th anniversary of Nantes native Jules Verne's death.
The mission's sponsors were the Pachyderm Club, the Tennessee Valley Republican Women, the Hamilton County Republican Women and Operation Iraqi Children.
Shepard Fairey had also been observed in this Banksy house of pachyderm persuasion, where cops searched in vain for executors of unauthorized urban art actions.
George is relieved when the pachyderm is reunited with her owner and returned home.
Thankfully, the matriarch, Tokwe, adopted the young pachyderm as her own.
In a matter of months, this tiny project delivered a powerful capability using less money than Pachyderm spends by lunchtime every day of the year for two years straight The larger effort?
Hollywood legends Marilyn Monroe and James Dean also appear as do Bette Midler and Judy Garland, while elsewhere, Blake selects such unchildfriendly words as ornithology, pachyderm and nude.
I never liked pachyderm, especially when I learned elephants are
A colossal size pachyderm, it is estimated that more than 1 million pieces of wood, 200 kegs of nails, four tons of bolts and 12,000 square feet of tin were used to build the elephant.
Conveniently for the elephants, this is also the time when hundreds of trucks rumble along the nine-mile road, laden with newly-harvested tapioca and sugar cane - particular pachyderm favourites.
From the familiar Z for Zebra, to the esoteric P for Pachyderm and iconic K for King (Elvis Presley), these screen prints reflect his humour, nostalgia and eclecticism.