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Meanings and phrases

animal

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adj.
  1. marked by the appetites and passions of the body; carnal; fleshly; sensual

animal

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n.
  1. a living organism characterized by voluntary movement; animate being; beast; brute; creature; fauna

animal black

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n.
  1. black substance containing char in the form of carbonized bone; used as a black pigment; bone black; bone char; animal charcoal

animal charcoal

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n.
  1. black substance containing char in the form of carbonized bone; used as a black pigment; bone black; bone char; animal black

animal communication

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n.
  1. communication between animals (of the same species)

animal disease

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n.
  1. a disease that typically does not affect human beings

animal fancier

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n.
  1. a person who breeds animals

animal fat

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n.
  1. any fat obtained from animals

animal fiber

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n.
  1. fiber derived from animals; animal fibre

animal fibre

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n.
  1. fiber derived from animals; animal fiber

animal foot

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n.
  1. the pedal extremity of vertebrates other than human beings; foot

animal glue

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n.
  1. a protein gelatin obtained by boiling e.g. skins and hoofs of cattle and horses

animal group

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n.
  1. a group of animals

animal husbandry

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n.
  1. breeding and caring for farm animals
E.g.
  • This provides opportunities for animal husbandry.
  • Its population is mainly busy with animal husbandry.
  • Economy is mostly based on animal husbandry.

animal kingdom

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n.
  1. taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct animals; Animalia; kingdom Animalia
E.g.
  • Blue whale penis The blue whale has the largest penis in the animal kingdom.
  • Linnaeus believed that man biologically belongs to the animal kingdom and had to be included in it.
  • Over 130 species from numerous classes of the animal kingdom call the bank home at least temporarily.

animal leg

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n.
  1. the leg of an animal

animal magnetism

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n.
  1. magnetic personal charm; bewitchery; beguilement

animal material

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n.
  1. material derived from animals

animal nature

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n.
  1. the physical (or animal) side of a person as opposed to the spirit or intellect; animality

animal oil

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n.
  1. any oil obtained from animal substances

animal order

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n.
  1. the order of animals

animal pigment

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n.
  1. pigment occurring in animals

animal product

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n.
  1. a product made from animal material

animal psychology

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n.
  1. the branch of psychology concerned with the behavior of animals; comparative psychology

animal scientist

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n.
  1. a specialist in the branch of biology dealing with animals; zoologist

animal skin

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n.
  1. the outer covering of an animal
E.g.
  • The first stage in creating a codex is to prepare the animal skin.
  • It is made of hollow tree, wrapped on both sides with animal skin.
  • The animal skin was folded accordion style to form the distinct pages.

animal starch

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n.
  1. one form in which body fuel is stored; stored primarily in the liver and broken down into glucose when needed by the body; glycogen

animal stuffer

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n.
  1. a craftsman who stuffs and mounts the skins of animals for display; taxidermist; stuffer

animal tissue

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n.
  1. the tissue in the bodies of animals

animal toxin

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n.
  1. a toxin resembling bacterial toxins in its antigenic properties that is found in the fluids of certain animals; zootoxin

animal trainer

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n.
  1. one who trains or exhibits animals; handler

animal virus

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n.
  1. an animal pathogen that is a virus

caprine animal

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n.
  1. any of numerous agile ruminants related to sheep but having a beard and straight horns; goat

domestic animal

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n.
  1. any of various animals that have been tamed and made fit for a human environment; domesticated animal

domesticated animal

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n.
  1. any of various animals that have been tamed and made fit for a human environment; domestic animal

draft animal

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n.
  1. an animal used for pulling heavy loads

farm animal

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n.
  1. any animals kept for use or profit; livestock; stock

fictional animal

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n.
  1. animals that exist only in fiction (usually in children's stories)

marine animal

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n.
  1. any of numerous animals inhabiting the sea including e.g. fishes and molluscs and many mammals; marine creature; sea animal; sea creature

moss animal

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n.
  1. sessile aquatic animal forming mossy colonies of small polyps each having a curved or circular ridge bearing tentacles; attach to stones or seaweed and reproduce by budding; bryozoan; polyzoan; sea mat; sea moss

pack animal

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n.
  1. an animal (such as a mule or burro or horse) used to carry loads; sumpter

predatory animal

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n.
  1. any animal that lives by preying on other animals; predator

range animal

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n.
  1. any animal that lives and grazes in the grassy open land of western North America (especially horses, cattle, sheep)

sea animal

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n.
  1. any of numerous animals inhabiting the sea including e.g. fishes and molluscs and many mammals; marine animal; marine creature; sea creature

work animal

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n.
  1. an animal trained for and used for heavy labor

animal rights

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E.g.
  • After retiring, she became an animal rights activist.
  • Laima Vaikule is an animal rights activist and a vegetarian.
  • The development of pet trusts is part of the animal rights movement.

animal species

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E.g.
  • A total of 200 animal species inhabits the sands.
  • They constitute about 95% of the animal species.
  • It is home to a variety of plant and animal species.

animal welfare

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E.g.
  • Hamley took interest in animal welfare.
  • In later years she became well known as an animal welfare advocate.
  • Adjunctive behaviour has been used as evidence of animal welfare problems.

plant and animal

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E.g.
  • It is home to a variety of plant and animal species.
  • Overall, 41,493 plant and animal species are present.
  • There is a diverse number of plant and animal communities.

animal models

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E.g.
  • Like magnesium, supplementation helps in animal models.
  • PGO waves have been studied mostly through cat and rodent animal models.
  • Genetic engineering is also used to create animal models of human diseases.

human and animal

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E.g.
  • There was also human and animal sacrifice.
  • The film is a study of the differences and similarities between human and animal behaviour.
  • Agarose is often used as a support for the tri-dimensional culture of human and animal cells.

animal life

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E.g.
  • Most animal life during the Cambrian was aquatic.
  • There is much plant and animal life throughout the Dighty Burn.
  • Fauna (disambiguation) Fauna is a collective term for animal life.

animal feed

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E.g.
  • The source was found to be kaolin added to animal feed.
  • The byproduct of manufacturing was used for animal feed.
  • It has also been found in animal feed.

animal studies

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E.g.
  • The NCI found that no "in vivo" animal studies had been conducted.
  • No convincing animal studies or masked clinical trials have been reported.
  • The idea was brought back with a series of animal studies in the early 1980s.

other animal

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E.g.
  • The same symbol represents the gene in other animal species.
  • This group includes fly larvae, nematodes, and many other animal groups.
  • Easter costumes are associated with the Easter Bunny or other animal costumes.

animal cruelty

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E.g.
  • Chipperfield was later charged with 12 counts of animal cruelty.
  • In 1985 he authored an article on animal cruelty, "Animal Wrongs".
  • The agency enforced humane laws, and investigated cases of animal cruelty.

animal bones

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E.g.
  • Common finds included numerous flints, pottery and animal bones.
  • Human and animal bones were decorated with incised symbols and scenes.
  • The oracle bone script numerals were found on tortoise shell and animal bones.

animal products

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E.g.
  • The USDA regulates canning of animal products.
  • Bell is a vegan who avoids the consumption or use of animal products.
  • This is often due to alleged health benefits of certain animal products.

animal and plant

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E.g.
  • Chad's animal and plant life correspond to the three climatic zones.
  • It surveyed the distribution of both animal and plant species on islands.
  • Ultimately, it would cause a massive extinction of various animal and plant species.

animal testing

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E.g.
  • It has a range of behavioral effects, based on animal testing.
  • Beagles are the dog breed most often used in animal testing, due to their size and passive nature.
  • This stems from animal testing that has shown increases in PGO waves as nitric oxide levels were increased in the pons.

animal behavior

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E.g.
  • Furthermore, animal behavior is also influenced by evolved predispositions, or genetics.
  • Therefore, the identification and classification of animal behavior as being imitation has been very difficult.
  • Long (and others) were anthropomorphizing animal behavior, blurring the lines between the animal world and humans.

wild animal

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E.g.
  • Like large parts of Germany, Franconia only has a few large species of wild animal.
  • Local noticeable wild animal species, especially on the Addetta floodway banks, include:
  • Detailed life cycle studies have not been carried out with wild animal definitive hosts.

animal health

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E.g.
  • It conducts research into diseases of farm livestock and the promotion of animal health and welfare.
  • Erber Group's third and fourth divisions joined in 2007: Sanphar, a Brazilian company specializing in animal health, and EFB.
  • He is the founder of Erber KG, later known as Biomin GmbH; the animal health and nutrition company specializes in feed additives and premixes.

animal and human

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E.g.
  • Okheena abstracts formal qualities of animal and human forms.
  • The features of the mask are composed of both animal and human attributes.
  • In the cave were found a clay pipe, a flat perforated stone, and both animal and human bones.

animal sacrifice

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E.g.
  • There was also human and animal sacrifice.
  • He especially critiqued animal sacrifice as taught in Vedas.
  • Rather, the animal sacrifice was likely done to, in some way, honour the deceased.

animal protection

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E.g.
  • She also participates in various animal protection organizations' charitable events.
  • She is also a consultant with Humane Society International, one of the world largest animal protection groups.
  • The film carried out an exposé of snaring in Scotland and was commissioned by animal protection charity OneKind.

animal skins

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E.g.
  • Lynx and fox hunting in the county produces valuable animal skins.
  • People living in these settlements used tools, fire, animal skins as clothing.
  • The actual roof was probably made of animal skins that were covered with soil and moss.

animal model

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E.g.
  • Research is often carried out on an animal model, the Ts65Dn mouse.
  • Next he considers the animal model of humanity which has grown popular in science.
  • Genetically modified mice are the most common genetically engineered animal model.

animal cells

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E.g.
  • The nucleus is the largest organelle in animal cells.
  • IF proteins are found in all animal cells as well as bacteria.
  • Unlike plant cells, animal cells have neither a cell wall nor chloroplasts.

small animal

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E.g.
  • The young woman looks sickly, and holds the small animal in her hands.
  • Jackal (disambiguation) The jackal is a small animal in the dog/wolf family of mammals.
  • In 1936, the zoo began to grow from a small animal park with its first (loaned) elephant.

human or animal

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E.g.
  • It focuses on the use of multiple sensors to monitor physiological characteristics of a human or animal.
  • Dayananda Saraswati, founder of Arya Samaj has rejected any kind of human or animal sacrifice in "vaidika yagñas".
  • In figural vessels, these were often parts of a human or animal body, or the face of the god Bes or the goddess Hathor.

animal shelter

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E.g.
  • She helped run the animal shelter and was part of raids related to cruelty to animals.
  • The animal shelter gave Meow a strict high-protein diet intended to make the cat lose weight.
  • However, Meow died of lung failure two weeks after entering the animal shelter, on May 5, 2012.

animal rights activist

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E.g.
  • After retiring, she became an animal rights activist.
  • Laima Vaikule is an animal rights activist and a vegetarian.
  • He is an animal rights activist.

animal rights activists

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E.g.
  • This act garnered negative attention from critics and some animal rights activists.
  • Extraction of the civetone is cruel and has been criticised by animal rights activists.
  • Many people blamed animal rights activists who were angered at Deicide's lyrical themes of animal sacrifice.

animal remains

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E.g.
  • Grave goods include metalwork, ceramics and animal remains.
  • Specifically, plant and animal remains are also called ecofacts.
  • While at Saqqara he made the significant discovery of a "zoo" of mummified animal remains.

animal figures

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E.g.
  • At street level, the fence is adorned with animal figures (rooster, owl, fish).
  • Also present are animal figures, while a restoration in 2002 showed traces of a fresco.
  • The glyphs include images of water turtles and circular shields, as well as human and animal figures.

animal research

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E.g.
  • Animal studies or animal research may refer to:
  • Possible antidepressant effects have also been attributed to baicalein in animal research.
  • Mandi and Nick steal the homecoming court charity money, which is to be donated to an animal research group.

when the animal

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E.g.
  • The foot is cream coloured and very large, partially covering the shell when the animal is moving.
  • Alternatively, they might be explained as juvenile traits that would have changed when the animal matured.
  • Livestock sequester carbon when the animal eats the grass, causing its roots to release carbon into the soil.

agriculture and animal

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E.g.
  • The inhabitants worked in agriculture and animal breeding.
  • Most villagers worked in agriculture and animal husbandry.
  • Economy is mostly based on agriculture and animal husbandry.

animal rescue

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E.g.
  • Surviving until the camp was liberated, she returned home to the Netherlands, married, had children, and became active in animal rescue.
  • In addition, Steele donates time and financial resources to numerous organizations, including daughter Kylie’s non-profit animal rescue, Rubicon Rescue.
  • It allows users to begin crowdfunding campaigns by creating pages and/or embed fundraising apps on their Facebook pages to raise money for causes such as medical care, memorials, and animal rescue causes.

animal care

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E.g.
  • Other professions such as authority lodging and animal care, were given considerably fewer workers.
  • Balaji Farms is set on a five-acre plot in a green belt and introduces farming and animal care to city dwellers.
  • Additional support for researchers are available through offices or committees providing ethics review, intellectual property and innovation and technology support, and animal care and use.

animal control

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E.g.
  • These will be monitored and feral animal control measures are in place.
  • Sometimes, police agencies use trucks equipped with cages for animal control.
  • Some police departments use pickup trucks with cages for animal control units.

animal sacrifices

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E.g.
  • The triumph with its dedication of spoils and animal sacrifices at the Capitol was in part a fulfillment of such a vow.
  • Historically, it has been against caste system, and especially against animal sacrifices common in Vedic sacrificial form of Hinduism.
  • The early celebrations, included elements of Sufic influence, with animal sacrifices and torchlight processions along with public sermons and a feast.

many animal

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E.g.
  • He made many animal paintings.
  • Habituation is a simple form of learning and occurs in many animal taxa.
  • He has created many animal sculptures, often executed in hammered and driven metal.

animal shelters

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E.g.
  • None are returned to animal shelters.
  • All but two of the sixteen dogs were rescue animals, coming from local animal shelters.
  • VetDepot supplies directly to pet owners, veterinarians, animal shelters, and other customers.
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