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Either of two species of small buffalo (Bubalus depressicornis or B. quarlesi) of Sulawesi, having short pointed horns.

[Native word in Sulawesi.]


(Animals) the smallest of the cattle tribe Anoa depressicornis, having small straight horns and inhabiting the island of Celebes in Indonesia. Compare tamarau
[from a native name in Celebes]
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Noun1.anoa - small buffalo of the Celebes having small straight hornsanoa - small buffalo of the Celebes having small straight horns
Old World buffalo, buffalo - any of several Old World animals resembling oxen including, e.g., water buffalo; Cape buffalo
genus Anoa - a genus of mammals of the family Bovidae
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The account commences in media res to depict Africa as it was in time immemorial, by the deployment of the ancient griot, Anoa, the female ancestor from whom the race takes its name.
Recently it was reported that construction upgrades have begin on the Anoa platform on Natuna Sea block A offshore Indonesia.
It was in a season of rains, the narrator tells us, that Anoa spoke in two voices.
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This calls for a struggle for the liberation for the land, Anoa.
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Wilhelm Eigener's colour pictures were appealing and introduced me to a whole range of species I'd not come across before--serval, ocelot, anoa, orongo, tarsier--but the book's impact wasn't at a pictorial level, nor was what I took away from it primarily zoological.