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  • noun Plural form of manatee.

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Examples

  • Last year, the club participated in a successful effort to block a wildlife commission attempt to move manatees from the "endangered" to the "threatened" list, the commission website shows.

    Man-manatee alliance pools $1.5M annually

  • Since the remainder of his essay is factually accurate, I assume his reference to the manatees is as well, but I'd still like to see a manatee or two with my own eyes, or at least some independent documentary evidence about their short time in the lake.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • Since the remainder of his essay is factually accurate, I assume his reference to the manatees is as well, but I'd still like to see a manatee or two with my own eyes, or at least some independent documentary evidence about their short time in the lake.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • It means "of the time" ... i.e., the time when the manatees were allegedly introduced into the lake, whenever that specific time might have been.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • It means "of the time" ... i.e., the time when the manatees were allegedly introduced into the lake, whenever that specific time might have been.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • It means "of the time" ... i.e., the time when the manatees were allegedly introduced into the lake, whenever that specific time might have been.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • It means "of the time" ... i.e., the time when the manatees were allegedly introduced into the lake, whenever that specific time might have been.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • Since the remainder of his essay is factually accurate, I assume his reference to the manatees is as well, but I'd still like to see a manatee or two with my own eyes, or at least some independent documentary evidence about their short time in the lake.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • Since the remainder of his essay is factually accurate, I assume his reference to the manatees is as well, but I'd still like to see a manatee or two with my own eyes, or at least some independent documentary evidence about their short time in the lake.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

  • It means "of the time" ... i.e., the time when the manatees were allegedly introduced into the lake, whenever that specific time might have been.

    [alcuban] Lake Chapala

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