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  • noun Plural form of gazelle.

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Examples

  • And, lastly, learn that she who wrought the gazelles is the daughter of the King of the Camphor Islands and a lady of the noblest.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • In a 2008 study, the Small Business Administration concluded that companies with gangbuster job growth -- what researchers called "high-impact '' companies and others refer to as gazelles -- constitute only 2 or 3 percent of the nation's companies.

    Small businesses: Measuring their power and their problems

  • In a 2008 study, the Small Business Administration concluded that companies with gangbuster job growth -- what researchers called "high-impact '' companies and others refer to as gazelles -- constitute only 2 or 3 percent of the nation's companies.

    Small businesses: Measuring their power and their problems

  • In a 2008 study, the Small Business Administration concluded that companies with gangbuster job growth -- what researchers called "high-impact '' companies and others refer to as gazelles -- constitute only 2 or 3 percent of the nation's companies.

    Small businesses: Measuring their power and their problems

  • The gazelles are the visitors, coming to pay their respects and show their good wishes to the kingdom.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • Recent research suggests that companies like Mr. Tolle ' s — which are known as gazelles — can have a big impact on jobs.

    Shortage of Capital Costs Firm

  • The gazelles are the visitors, coming to pay their respects and show their good wishes to the kingdom.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • And, lastly, learn that she who wrought the gazelles is the daughter of the King of the

    Arabian nights. English

  • We shall only remark here, that there are several species of antelopes called gazelles, and that they are all natives of Africa.

    Quadrupeds, What They Are and Where Found A Book of Zoology for Boys

  • For example, all new businesses should receive some initial mentoring support whilst "gazelles" - those firms with high growth potential - should receive more tailored support that will help develop their company further.

    WalesOnline - Home

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