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  • noun Plural form of stegosaurus.

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Examples

  • I guess stegosauruses in D&D just feel weird to me …

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  • Peninsula coastline, are considered to be among the clearest in Australia, and the only evidence that stegosauruses once roamed the continent.

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  • I guess stegosauruses in D&D just feel weird to me …

    Branded in the 80s!

  • I guess stegosauruses in D&D just feel weird to me …

    Branded in the 80s!

  • Two more duck-billed specimens, Roberta and Peanut, were found in the same drainage as Elvis and Leonardo, and other finds Murphy was associated with included a new species of long-necked dinosaur near Grass Range, stegosauruses near Malta, and parts of titanic dinosaurs in Patagonia, Argentina.

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  • Yesterday, MacGibbon got her second chance - and at least there weren't any stegosauruses.

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  • Yet the baggy gold trousers and heavily scalloped coats, making the models resemble stegosauruses, seemed a long way from Philo's romantic prettiness, which made the label such a success a few years earlier.

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  • Like a kindergartner rattling off facts about stegosauruses, he has immediate recall of data points but no ability to connect them and make real insights.

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  • I guess stegosauruses in D&D just feel weird to me …

    Branded in the 80s!

  • Two more duck-billed specimens, Roberta and Peanut, were found in the same drainage as Elvis and Leonardo, and other finds Murphy was associated with included a new species of long-necked dinosaur near Grass Range, stegosauruses near Malta, and parts of titanic dinosaurs in Patagonia, Argentina.

    billingsgazette.com

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