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  • n. Plural form of kudu.


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  • Permalink erick said: good day! my friends and I were very exited with the lucid release. kudus ubuntu!

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  • It was held at a posh exotic wildlife ranch, where the Republican faithful sipped longneck beers while kudus and wildebeests wandered the grounds.

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  • I must give major kudus to Beth for her sterling work.

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  • Mountain reedbucks, bongo antelopes, Leche waterbucks and greater kudus glide gracefully across the 111-acre open-air park.

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  • A student just came in to talk to me before class, so she gets kudus for that about turning her final essay in late.

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  • Thompson also won kudus for initially writing his own posts and even starting to lay out his policy framework by blogging.

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  • But when I went out on another night, an ache came into my chest when the almond-eyed kudus fell, and this time when I stroked them I felt no illicit thrill, only the ghastly, cold stiffness creeping across their silken fur.

    Rainbow’s End

  • Monkeys and rhinoceroses, besides kudus, steinboks, and antelopes, were numerous in the vicinity.

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  • Once again, kudus to the Ministry of Information for keeping a lid on this story as effectively as it did, and to the 101st Keyboarders for boots on the ground before the 60 Minutes broadcast was over.

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  • No doubt it had its real origin in the young men who did the fighting and saw their comrades do the dying, and all the kudus carried off by the old men who ran no risks.

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