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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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We're delighted that the Grade II listed building will get a makeover, whilst maintaining its character, and that adjoining buildings and vacant land will also be redeveloped by the visionary Dinosauria.
(2014): Postcranial axial skeleton of Europasaurus holgeri (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) from Upper Jurassic of Germany: implications for sauropod ontogeny and phylogenetic relationships of basal Macronaria.
x Podcnemidae x Crocodylomorpha Itasuchus jesuinoi x Peirosaurus tormini x Uberabasuchus terrificus x Dinosauria Sauropoda Titanosauria "Titanosauridae" A x "Titanosauridae" B x "Titanosauridae" C x "Titanosaurinae" x x "Titanosaurus" x Aeolosaurus sp.
How exactly the name Dinosauria would be specified so that it does not contain birds is not detailed; but, that aside, it is amusing that advocates of so-called phylogenetic nomenclature urge restriction of a name so that a notorious case of paraphyly not be indicated by altered usage of that name.
Although "paleontology" is a word of scientific distinction, the taxon "dinosauria" means "terrible lizard," a phrase straight from the imagination of a five-year-old boy.
Dilophosaurus wetherilli (Dinosauria, Theropoda) osteology and comparisons.
In February it emerged that the Old Town Hall Quarter is on the verge of being sold to Dinosauria Ltd - an entertainment business which had had plans to create a top attrac tion in the North East for several years.
Now it has emerged that the Old Town Hall Quarter is on the verge of being sold to Dinosauria Ltd, an entertainment business which has had plans to create a top attraction in the North East for several years.
(2007): Recently Rediscovered Baryonychine Teeth (Dinosauria: Theropoda): New Morphologic Data, Range Extension and Similarity to Ceratosaurus.
Implications of the Newark Supergroup-based astrochronology and geomagnetic polarity time scale (Newark-APTS) for the tempo and mode of the early diversification of the Dinosauria. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 101, pp.
A Hadrosaurid (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian) Kanguk Formation of Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada and Its Ecological and Geographical Implications.