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  • The Rhinoceros is a 2-ton transporter intended for crossing the tundra.

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  • Old Rhinoceros is so busy brushing his tusk that he doesn't even look around to see who's going by, and they're all so busy they won't even talk to me!

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  • Rhinoceros sondaicus sondaicus, while the Vietnamese Javan rhinoceros was referred to as Rhinoceros sondaicus annamiticus.

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  • Stevie Winwood's Traffic and a band of supposed superstar session-men called Rhinoceros were on the bill.

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  • Why, for instance, should a creature that is found chiefly on the Nile, and never under any circumstances on the Rhine, be called a Rhinoceros?

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  • Until Dec. 30 www. juedisches-museum.muenchen.de London theater My memories of blacklisted Zero Mostel turning into a snorting beast (in 1961), in Eugène Ionesco's comment on fascism and the herd instinct, were a touch confused by Jasper Britton's playing of the obsessive dandy in Dominic Cooke's new production of "Rhinoceros" at the Royal Court Theatre, where the play was first done in English in 1960.

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  • On the last song "Rhinoceros" he attempted to rip the strings off the acoustic guitar, but stopped just shy of creating a scene.

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  • They've opened for them, covered "Rhinoceros" on a tribute album -- even their name could be mistaken for a long-lost B-side.

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  • ZOMBIE STRIPPERS (2007, Sony, unrated, $25) - Are you ready for a movie about flesh-eating pole-dancers that co-stars Robert "Freddy Krueger" Englund and is based on the classic play "Rhinoceros" by Eugene Ionesco?

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  • One might expect it to be a scene straight out of Eugene Ionesco's stampeding "Rhinoceros," or Samuel Beckett's tramps "Waiting for Godot."

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