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a.1.Having a mane.
Maned seal
(Zool.) the sea lion.
Maned sheep
(Zool.) the aoudad.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Over his ivory-inlaid table, Ahab presided like a mute, maned sea-lion on the white coral beach, surrounded by his warlike but still deferential cubs.
Here the ape-man unloosed his grass rope from about his neck, and as Numa stood above the body of the boar, challenging head erect, he dropped the sinuous noose about the maned neck, drawing the stout strands taut with a sudden jerk.
It was a strange experience; the almost noiseless passage of naked human feet and padded paws; the golden walls splashed with precious stones; the dim light cast by the tiny radium bulbs set at considerable distances along the roof; the huge, maned beasts of prey crowding with low growls about us; the mighty green warrior towering high above us all; myself crowned with the priceless diadem of a Holy Thern; and leading the procession the beautiful girl, Thuvia.
No more will his great head and his maned shoulders strike terror to the hearts of the grass eaters at the drinking ford by night.
Three of the males were scantily maned but one, the foremost, carried a splendid, black mane that rippled in the breeze as he trotted majestically forward.
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In a word, Markus Mann doesn't cut it as Alex-he has cardboard charisma and is unable to carry the show on his shoulders (though he is forced to don a massive, maned headpiece that looks like it drowned in glue).
The Narrative Shorts will screen "Maned & Macho" by Shiva Sadeq-Asadi.
Under an agreement signed with Tashkent Zoo, a lama,a maned sheep, a pink pelican, a crow and large eagle-owl were brought to the Zoo.
An overproduction of that hormone is also implicated in the lush locks of wild maned lionesses in Botswana's Okavango Delta, but the causes are not clear, lion expert Luke Hunter said in an email.