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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Scopidae — the hammerkop.

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Examples

  • Pelicans glide over the water, catching fish, while the Scopus (_Scopus umbretta_) and large herons peer intently into pools.

    A Popular Account of Dr. Livingstone's Expedition to the Zambesi and its tributaries And of the Discovery of Lakes Shirwa and Nyassa, 1858-1864

  • To delve into this a little bit, I decided to go to SciVal Analytics, a consulting group at the giant publisher Elsevier they print Nature, one of the two best scientific journals that has access to a database called Scopus, which contains more than 5,000 scientific journals - just about the entire scientific publishing universe.

    Forbes.com: News

  • After the 48 war Mt. Scopus, which is further east from the Old City of Jerusalem and the Sheikh Jarah neighborhood which has made it into the headlines recently, was an Israeli controlled enclave surrounded by Jordanian territory and no-man's-land zones.

    Israel Palestine Blogs

  • After the 48 war Mt. Scopus, which is further east from the Old City of Jerusalem and the Sheikh Jarah neighborhood which has made it into the headlines recently, was an Israeli controlled enclave surrounded by Jordanian territory and no-man's-land zones.

    Israel Palestine Blogs

  • It works best in structured databases/collections such as Scopus or Web of Science.

    Internet News: Citation Searching

  • It works best in structured databases / collections such as Scopus or Web of Science.

    Internet News: Scholarly Archives

  • It works best in structured databases / collections such as Scopus or Web of Science.

    Internet News: May 2008 Archives

  • From the article, Elsevier is developing a bibliographic database called Scopus, which several industry observers believe will compete with ISI’s Web of Science for library dollars.

    Scopus to challenge Web of Science? « ResourceShelf

  • Where the city appeared, and the greatness of the Temple shining out: as that plain tract of land, touching upon the north coast of the city, is truly called Scopus, The Viewer. "

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • The report says Israel uses different methods to gain control of Palestinian land and property, including the recent designation of privately-owned land for a new national park at Mount Scopus.

    EU report calls for action over Israeli settlement growth

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