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  • Nickolai Rajasthan, for example, is a tiger-like being genetically engineered by humans.

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  • They are named for their dark tiger-like stripes found on juveniles.

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  • Ponta overwhelmed him in the attacks, yet could do nothing with him, while Joe's tiger-like strokes, always imminent, compelled respect.

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  • Then there would come a sudden leap in, tiger-like, a blow struck, or blows, and a swift leap back, whereupon the left foot would take up again its tapping advance.

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  • ` ` I think any time you play the Champions, you have to play with kind of a tiger-like intensity.

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  • The amnesiac Eighth Doctor, with companions Fitz and Anji (who I previously encountered a few books later), is on an artistically inclined colony world where the indigenous large tiger-like fauna turn out to be more intelligent than their human neighbours had thought.

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  • Or take spigers, eight-legged tiger-like creatures whose ferocity makes hungry great white sharks look tame.

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  • "Don't try it," he said with that tiger-like gaze.

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  • And it was at Cupid's where, according to the "Times," Tobias allegedly developed a liking for a mysterious man who called himself Tiger, a gay dancer with tiger-like tattoos covering his body.

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  • A gay dancer with tiger-like tattoos covering his body.

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