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2015-02-26 08:28:33

NFL's "Official On-Field Player Tracking Provider" shares vision at MIT Sloan Conference BOSTON, Feb.

2015-02-19 08:41:29

Company to host conference call on March 17, 2015 LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Feb.

2015-02-18 08:37:30

Innovative solution based on AirDefense includes new smart communications among staff as well as between staff and customers MILAN, Feb.

2015-02-03 08:39:06

Acquisition of Motorola Solutions' Enterprise business also earns recognition LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Feb.

2015-01-28 20:22:23

DUBLIN, January 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Dublin - Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hftjgr/writing_and) has announced the addition of the

2015-01-28 08:37:38

DS4800 Scanner and TC55 Mobile Computer receive special recognition LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Jan.

2015-01-21 08:20:58

High-performance, ruggedized WLAN access points deliver superior, reliable service in congested environments for passenger access LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Jan.

2015-01-16 16:24:33

Company Will Report Results and Host Conference Call on February 26, 2015 LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Jan.

2015-01-15 08:32:21

Business Solutions Magazine recognizes Zebra for 7th consecutive year LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., Jan.

2015-01-12 08:34:39

Zebra Technologies' commissioned global study finds retail business leaders believe IoT can help improve operations, create new revenue streams and enhance customer experience LINCOLNSHIRE,


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African Wild Ass, Equus africanus
2014-04-30 11:15:27

The African wild ass (Equus africanus) is a species within the Equidae family that is thought to be that ancestor of the domestic donkey. This species resides in arid habitats in a range that includes the Horn of Africa, Somalia, Ethiopia, and Eritrea. This species hold four subspecies, including the Somali wild ass and the Nubian wild ass. The African wild ass reaches an average body length of 6.6 feet, a height between 12.1 and 14.1 hands at the shoulders, and a weight between 510 and...

Equus Scotti
2012-05-08 14:12:16

Equus scotti is an extinct species in the genus that contains horses, Equus. This name translates to “Scotti’s Horse” from Latin, and was given to the extinct equine by a paleontologist of vertebrates named William Berryman Scott. Native to North America, it is thought that Equus scotti evolved from a creature that resembled a zebra more than a horse during the early Pleistocene Epoch http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pleistocene_Epoch. It is also thought that this early horse used the...

Zebra Plecostomus, Hypancistrus zebra
2009-07-04 16:10:42

The Zebra Plecostomus (Hypancistrus zebra) is a species of catfish that is frequently found in the Xingu River, which is a tributary of the Amazon River. The Zebra Plecostomus received its name because of its black and white stripes. In the early 1990s this fish was first identified. Brazil exported this fish in large numbers, regardless of this, the Zebra Plecostomus is not found on the IUCN red list. The Brazilian government did put a band on the exportation of this fish. Because of the...

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2009-07-03 19:32:32

The Zebra spider (Salticus scenicus) is an ordinary household jumping spider. In the same vein as other jumping spiders, this spider does not build a web. Four pairs of large eyes allow the Zebra spider to quickly locate prey, pounce, and hunt. It has been noted and observed by humans that the Zebra spider is considered curious and cat-like while hunting. This spider seems to be aware of its audience and the spider responds to his audience by lifting his head and studying its observers....

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2005-07-13 08:53:12

The Heliconiinae or Heliconians are a subfamily of butterflies. They are found mostly in the tropical Americas. The species broadcast their toxicity with strong warning colors. Species include Isabella's Heliconian Zebra Heliconian or Zebra Longwing

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taphephobia
  • A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.
The word 'taphephobia' comes from Greek roots meaning 'burial' and 'fear'.
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