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ker·mode

 (kûr′mōd′)
n.
A black bear (Ursus americanus subsp. kermodei) found in isolated regions of coastal British Columbia. About ten percent of kermode bears have creamy white fur.

[After Francis Kermode, early 20th-century Canadian naturalist .]
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