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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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In this story full of fun and good humor, follow along as T-Rex loses, finds, and loses his glasses again.
It turns out other people also thought it was a great idea to have a T-Rex lead an orchestra.
They also dispute quite a few of the "facts" we've always believed - T-Rexs don't roar, guys.
T-Rex has evolved more in my lifetime than the last 65 million years.
They are likely to hear the dinosaurs long before encountering them and the roars will follow visitors as they make their way around the site which features the looming T-Rex at the top spot against the backdrop of St James's Park.
Named the Razanandrongobe sakalavae, it had massive jaw bones and serrated teeth similar in size and shape to a T-Rex.
In addition, the T-Rex Tape has a UV-resistant layer that can prevent the sun's ultraviolet rays from weakening the adhesive and can help to ensure that it will last through all types of weather and temperatures, according to the company.
He was a key figure in the Walking With Dinosaurs franchise, advising on the blockbuster film as well as books, toys, games and apps, and has been instrumental in some recent discoveries including a long nosed T-Rex and a tiny velociraptor.
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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.