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kob

 (kŏb, kōb)
n.
An orange-brown African antelope (Kobus kob) whose habitat extends from Senegal eastward to Ethiopia, having lyre-shaped horns in the male.

[Wolof.]

kob

(kɒb)
n
(Animals) any of several species of African antelope, esp Kobus kob: similar to waterbucks
[C20: from a Niger-Congo language; compare Wolof koba, Fulani kōba]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kob - an orange-brown antelope of southeast Africakob - an orange-brown antelope of southeast Africa
waterbuck - any of several large African antelopes of the genus Kobus having curved ridged horns and frequenting e.g. swamps and rivers
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We took this to our police department," said Superintendent Raquel Reedy, according to KOB.
KOB and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation are also being recognized for their partnership.
But she will need to improve after a difficult opener in which Kob had success with plenty of early left hands and appeared unfortunate to drop the first round.
Adams' quarter-final success against Kob was a scrappy affair, often more akin to octopus wrestling than top-class boxing - and the Yorkshirewoman took some meaty blows before she earned the decision.
Seeing thousands upon thousands upon thousands of white-eared kob streaming under the aircraft, day after day, was like I had died and was having the most unbelievable dream you could ever have," wrote Fay.
Harvest Time Pick-your-own apples, snack bar, apple dumplings, cider doughnuts, wagon rides, playground, music by Korn Kob Band, 2-4 p.
Venue manager Kob said: "I am delighted that the event will showcase some great ales from around the British Isles alongside ales from our own award-winning brewery Oakham Ales.
Most hunters on safari took indigenous rarities like Uganda kob, and a few concentrated parts of their trip on local prizes like the Ssese Island sitatunga.
The centre is running an experiment with juvenile Silver Kob, scientifically known as Argyrosomus Inodorus.
Other entries provide the history of specific radio stations--such as KOB in Las Cruces/Albuquerque, KPFA in Berkeley, and KWKH in Shreveport--with descriptions of their shows, audience, announcers, owners, and format.
In his ethnic community, boys of the same generation traditionally take the name of a local animal, and his was the white-eared kob.
During this first phase of the collaring operation, 9 Elephant, 12 Tiang, and 12 White-eared kob were successfully collared.