Definitions

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  • n. bears and extinct related forms

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Nor whether or not his rants against mammalia ursidae cost my beloved Golden Bears of UC Berkeley

    Scott Thill: Roll Call Slams The Colbert Report. Bears Win.

  • I sent Delgerbayar in first, but unfortunately while he did have the dazzling equestrian skills the Mongolians are famous for, he turned out to be somewhat less skilled in human-ursidae combat.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • "What animals have been included in this family _ursidae_?"

    Bruin The Grand Bear Hunt

  • There are really two salient facts about the results: we can now assemble a genome with high-throughput sequencing data, and the panda has adopted a radically different lifestyle from its fellow bears (it's the only herbivore in the ursidae) without undergoing extensive genetic changes.

    Ars Technica

  • "only being designed to kill people", and even I have to admit that if the DC-based pencil-necks were concerned about the safety of their agents in the wild, there are better sidearms for aggressive ursidae.

    walls of the city

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