- n. Plural form of llama.
“I think the cost of these llamas is becoming prohibative - their salaries are too high and the cost of the traditional llama pension will burden the poor sheep for years.”
“(nod to Anonyman, who is en fuego, or "esta in llamas," in actual Spanish, rather than ESPN Spanish) posted by Mungowitz @ 12/01/2008 08: 55: 00 AM”
“Now as the llamas are a species of sheep, it was "chalona" that Guapo was making out of their mutton.”
“Most farm animals, even exotic ones such as llamas, will eventually be registered.”
“Sometimes the interpretation is pretty literal, as when motifs such as llamas and children are used pretty much as they appear on classic Peruvian knits.”
“Animals, such as llamas and sheep, would walk through the water and their hoofs became almost jellylike.”
“In addition to receiving candy from the Eastern Bunny, children got to pet and feed exotic animals, such as llamas and miniature goats, and ride a pony.”
“However, the remains of creatures such as llamas and glyptodonts - armored armadillos, some species of which grew to the size and weight of Volkswagen Beetles - hint that the area also hosted a savannah.”
“They cultivate yams, bananas, or sugarcane in village gardens while raising domesticated pigs, llamas, or chickens.”
“Once the primary goal becomes (anything else) then the police force ceases to be a police force and becomes just another government department. llater, llamas on March 2, 2010 at 7: 24 pm Teofilio Cubillas”
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