Dinosaur


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Dinosaur

1. An employee with a great deal of experience. The term is somewhat of a backhanded compliment as it connotes a curmudgeonly demeanor and resistance to change.

2. A slang term for obsolete technology.
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Therefore, the previous study underestimated dinosaur growth rates by failing to account for their uneven growth.
Until now, dinosaur embryos that have been unearthed in various parts of the globe belong to the Cretaceous Period that ended some 125 million years ago.
Of the fossils were found, these dinosaurs had some evolutionary trait that links gap between the early dinosaurs into a more modern dinosaurs.
Milan said it was very strange activity "We can find the opportunity to look from wide angle to the America's oldest dinosaurs in this exhibition.
Juveniles and adults of these dinosaurs look very, very different from adults, and literally may resemble a different species," said dinosaur expert Mark B.
The scientists say the dinosaur had sickle-shaped claws, and its diet probably included insects, lizards and birds.
Jack Templin, an aeronautical engineer from Ottawa, describe their analysis of the four-winged dinosaur online and in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Harper and his Environment Minister, Rona Ambrose went ahead and announced a policy that does more for dinosaurs than for the people of Northern Ontario.
A girl, as in Figure 2, is asked to put on a paper shopping bag in which two holes are cut in the sides to mimic how a herbivore dinosaur would have seen the world.
Unlike the dinosaur, which was decimated by a lightning speed event, the decline of institutions evolves, but is nonetheless precipitous.
That's why, for a fossil hunter looking for prehistoric dinosaur remains, no place beats Liaoning.
The early tyrannosaur specie is a five-foot-long dinosaur that has been named Dilong paradoxus.