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  • n. Plural form of boomslang.


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  • Despite the transparent lunacy of launching a homemade craft on a crocodile-inhabited river and sailing by flashlight to a jungle-covered sandbank populated exclusively by mambas, boomslangs, and baboon spiders, Merina was fully onboard from the start.

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  • Their activities upset the natural status quo, and we awoke one morning to find a pair of adult boomslangs Afrikaans for tree snake—“boo-um-slung”, the female brown, the male pea green, looped in a bow at the top of the syringa tree in the driveway.

    Rainbow’s End

  • Five blasts and several muddy reloadings later, the boomslangs exploded out of the sky in an unholy confetti of gristle and bits of bark, twig, and berries.

    Rainbow’s End

  • The snakes will include snouted cobras, green and black mambas, deadly puff adders and boomslangs.


  • His room-mates will include deadly puff adders, snouted cobras, boomslangs and green and black mambas.

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  • Went over to Microsoft for a intellieye explorer, then a v3, then for kicks i tried out the diamondback, and lo and behold, same problem as the old boomslangs, registering double-clicks, or no clicks, so i got that one exchanged for mx518 and never lookced back.

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