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taipan

1
a large highly venomous elapid snake, Oxyuranus scutellatus, of NE Australia

taipan

2
the foreign head of a business in China
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Baybayin advocate and calligraphist Ian 'Taipan' Lucero underscored the importance of preserving the country's culture, including keeping indigenous scripts alive.
With our first-ever showroom, Grand Taipan will be able to showcase a glimpse of urban luxury only from Verano Greenhills," says Joeben Tai, founder and president of Grand Taipan.
Taipan National Business Summit 2019 is presented by Chinoy TV and co-presented by Solaire Resort and Casino, with Globe myBusiness and PTT Philippines as major sponsors.
According to Lopez, the reclassification signifies that the area of the said building is now properly zoned, hence, the Taipan Development Inc.
After developing a strong niche during his two-year stint in the real-estate industry, Tai formed the Grand Taipan, knowing fully well that his background can be an asset in running the company.
The less-venomous but still highly dangerous black mamba and the coastal taipan (native to Australia) pose a more immediate threat to humans.
Ali-Royal, a Royal Academy brother to Sleepytime, sired Dewhurst Stakes winner Tout Seul during his short stud career while Taipan, by Last Tycoon, has enjoyed his moments in the sun at stud through jumpers such as Made In Taipan and Calgary Bay.
One drop of poison from the inland taipan, which can grow to 2.5 metres with 12mm fangs, can kill 100 adult men.
The wildlife workers identified it as the inland taipan when the snake was brought to the hospital.
With one drop of the taipan's venom able to kill 100 men, Martin added: "He needs to take out a lottery ticket.
The 17-year-old from Hunter Valley was in serious condition as of Thursday morning after getting bitten on his left hand by an inland taipan snake, also known as a "fierce snake," (http://www.police.nsw.gov.au/news/latest_releases?sq_content_src=%2BdXJsPWh0dHBzJTNBJTJGJTJGd3d3LmViaXoucG9saWNlLm5zdy5nb3YuYXUlMkZtZWRpYSUyRjI1ODE4Lmh0bWwmYWxsPTE%3D) the New South Wales Police Force said.