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Synonyms for springbok

a South African gazelle noted for springing lightly into the air

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Former Munster rugby director Erasmus, who played in 36 Tests for the Springboks, succeeds Allister Coetzee.
If you've made a deposit, you'll get an email August 11th with a special free bonus," explained Springbok manager, Daniel Van Wyk.
According to ATI, the 137 MW Springbok 1 solar farm even features its DuraTrack HZ v3 trackers, which the company claims will help to boost the two projects power production as well as lessen maintenance costs.
ALLISTER Coetzee will spearhead an "exciting new departure for South Africa rugby" after being appointed as the new Springboks head coach.
The PS5,000-to-the-winner Springbok final is part of a gala Sky Sports broadcast from Wimbledon on Tuesday, March 8 which will also feature the Racing Post Juvenile plus the Sprint decider.
I have always put the Springboks first in my time as coach, and since returning from England I have realised that as much as I believe I still have a lot to offer, the time has come for change," he said "My integrity has always been very important, and I feel I can leave with my head held high.
Springbok 2 Solar Farm is a utility-scale solar generation facility sited on up to about 700 acres of abandoned farmland taken out of production more than 20 years ago.
The political U-turn that the sport is witnessing in South Africa is over the ownership (some would say the reclaiming) of the Springbok logo and jersey for all South Africans irrespective of race.
Springbok reported net income of approximately USD 1,408,598 and gross revenues of USD 12,033,400 for the year ended December 31, 2014.
The springbok was aware that something was up and was facing directly at us.
Watching the Argentineans force their way into a 17-13 half-time lead, it was hard to believe that these were the same teams that played out last week''s 73-13 encounter, won so convincingly by the Springboks.
Habana, who has won 83 caps for the Springboks, is his country's leading Test match try-scorer.
Probably a bit too loose too early," Springbok captain John Smit said in a pitchside interview.
Johnson's men started in enterprising fashion but their scrum was under pressure from the outset against the powerful Springbok unit.
The current Springbok boss is under heavy pressure and facing mounting criticism in the wake of a poor 2010 season from the world champions.