- n. Plural form of lion.
“Contradictories as _No centaurs play the lyre -- Some centaurs do play the lyre_; or _All unicorns fight with lions -- Some unicorns do not fight with lions_, are both meaningless, because in Zoology there are no centaurs nor unicorns; and, therefore, in this reference, the propositions are not really contradictory.”
“This surely is what we associate with the phrase "lions led by donkeys".”
“I'll show you plenty, leastwise what we calls lions here.”
“We saw none of that sort which we call lions; but there were some of those which the writer of Lord Anson's voyage describes under that name; at least they appeared to us to be of the same sort; and are, in my opinion, very improperly called lions, for”
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 15 Forming A Complete History Of The Origin And Progress Of Navigation, Discovery, And Commerce, By Sea And Land, From The Earliest Ages To The Present Time
“Yes | No | Report from Mc. Squizzy wrote 1 year 3 weeks ago bull $#!! dangerous people?! yeah right, more like people protecting themselves from mountain lions and bears.”
“On a different note, that's not good to be seeing mountain lions in Iowa .....”
“Iowa has had mountain lions wandering around for at least a 9 years now -- likely "seed source" would be the black hills population.”
“As for the mountain lions, I have have seen 2 in S. Ga.”
“I have heard a few other people say they have seen mountain lions here in N. GA.”
“Mountain lions are very curious animals, and I'm not surprised that one might stalk to within such close range without pouncing, especially if it wasn't hungry and didn't need to eat.”
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