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T. rex

 (tē′ rĕks′)
n.
A very large carnivorous tyrannosaurid dinosaur (Tyrannosaurus rex) of the Cretaceous Period, having a large head and teeth and short forelimbs with two claws. Also called tyrannosaurus.
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The animatronic T-Rex will celebrate the redevelopment of the Lapworth Museum of Geology, with staff also allowing visitors to watch a live volcanic eruption and pan for gold and handle ancient fossils.
Then Big Foot Events' realisticlooking mechanical baby T-Rex was guided through the crowd by its Indiana Jones-style handler who encouraged nervous children to pose with it for photographs.
The processor that lies under the hood of Ascend P7 is not a very powerful processor, but it was found to be scoring an impressive scores on 3DMark and T-Rex.
The T-Rex is the most impressive and popular dinosaur species, and so far they have only been found in the USA," he said.
We are honored that the Mom's Choice Awards has acknowledged our Switch & Go Dinos Turbo T-Rex Launcher with a Gold Award," said William To, President, VTech Electronics North America.
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SCARY: The Baby T-Rex nibbles a young pal at the Metquarter in Liverpool
On pense qu'aucun dinosaure ne pouvait le battre, a part bien sur un autre T-rex.
It is known as a Theropod and the dinosaur is said to be a close relative to the king of the prehistoric world - the T-rex.
Washington, Dec 9 (ANI): Computer software company Apple has come up with a new iPhone that is part T-Rex tooth and part meteor.
SEVENTIES rockers T-Rex are returning to Northallerton next month.
Sue, from America, is a preserved skeleton of a T-Rex, a dinosaur that ate other giant lizards in a prehistoric world before rocks from outer space wiped them out, according to one explanation.