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steinbok:

see antelopeantelope,
name applied to any of a large number of hoofed, ruminant mammals of the cattle family (Bovidae), which also includes the bison, buffalo, sheep, and goats. Found in Africa and Eurasia, they range in size from pygmy antelopes, 12 in.
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Steinbok, P., Lam, D., Singh, S., Mortenson, P.A., & Singhal, A.
Like most younger African hunters, Nicky started with the small stuff: dassie (also called rock hyrax, similar in appearance and behavior to a North American rock chuck), Cape hare (a rabbit somewhere between a cottontail and jackrabbit in size), jackal (a canine predator with an appearance and size somewhere between a fox and coyote), steinbok (one of the Tiny Ten antelope, tipping the scales around 20 pounds), and, at the top of the heap, the "elephant" of the Little Five: the common springbok.
Depending on policy and practice, frequency of CSF sampling varies among institutions (Arabi et al., 2005; Hader, & Steinbok, 2000; Holloway et al., 1996; Pfisherer et al., 2003; Wong, Poon, Wai, Yu, & Lam, 2002).
[1.] Feurzeig, W., Katz, G., Lewis, P., Steinbok, V., Two-parameter Universes: Part I.
"When we conceptualized this seminar, we had the goal of increasing paint sales at a higher level than the home owner," says Abe Steinbok, director for the store.
(35.) Garton HJL, Kestle JRW, Cochrane DD, Steinbok P.
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Paul Steinbok said at a meeting on pediatric neurologic surgery.
Feurzeig, W., Katz, G., Lewis, P., & Steinbok, V.
After a little time in the bush, Jim and I could distinguish between the sable antelope, kudu, duliter, steinbok, impala, and bushbuck.