serow


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se·row

 (sə-rō′)
n.
Any of several goat antelopes of the genus Capricornis of forested mountain slopes of East, South, and Southeast Asia, having short horns and a dark coat.

[Lepcha saro.]

serow

(ˈsɛrəʊ)
n
(Animals) either of two antelopes, Capricornis sumatraensis and C. crispus, of mountainous regions of S and SE Asia, having a dark coat and conical backward-pointing horns
[C19: from Lepcha sǎ-ro Tibetan goat]

ser•ow

(ˈsɛr oʊ)

n.
either of two species of goat antelope of the genus Capricornis: C. sumatraensis of Sumatra and C. crispus of Formosa and Japan.
[1840–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.serow - short-horned dark-coated goat antelope of mountain areas of southern and southeastern Asiaserow - short-horned dark-coated goat antelope of mountain areas of southern and southeastern Asia
goat antelope - bovid related to goats but having antelope-like features: mountain goats; gorals; serows; chamois; gnu goats
References in classic literature ?
Who ever heard of Fostum Sahib, or Yankling Sahib, or even the little Peel Sahib that sits up of nights to shoot serow - I say, who, ever heard of these Sahibs coming into the hills without a down-country cook, and a bearer, and - and all manner of well-paid, high-handed and oppressive folk in their tail?
When police raided Butterfly Dining, a restaurant in Taipei's Xinyi District on Wednesday, they discovered the frozen remains of five Reeve's muntjacs, two heads of Reeve's muntjacs, the head and legs of a Taiwan serow, among other body parts.
And as it often happens, while keen on birds, other wildlife came into awareness such as Barking Deer, White-faced Flying Squirrel, Formosan Rock Macaque, and Taiwan Serow.
They are home to important flora and fauna, particularly tiger, Southwest China serow, Chinese goral and northern red muntjac.
In a previous article published in APMC (Hurrell, 2015) it was suggested that there is a well-established and researched sequence for teaching measurement (Booker, Bond, Sparrow & Swan, 2010; Serow, Callingham & Muir, 2014; Van de Walle, Karp & Bay-Williams, 2013), and that this sequence works across all of the attributes of measurement.
Lack of sustainability knowledge and working in a school culture that does not prioritise sustainability can dampen the enthusiasm of early career teachers for teaching sustainability (Kennelly, Taylor, & Serow, 2012).
Despite the welcome inclusion of Sustainability as a cross-curriculum priority in the Australian Curriculum since its 2014 national implementation, the content and skills that could be part of environmental sustainability are 'unconvincingly represented', 'oblique' and 'fall short of the promise' of policy documents that do indeed represent the desirability of the pervasiveness of Sustainability in the curriculum (Kennelly, Taylor, & Serow, 2011, p.
2007; Serow, 1994) do not see the caller as outside one's self, but see the caller as the self where there is a feeling of alignment between one's skills and roles, or alignment between enjoyments and needs.
Other oddities on the Capra list include the small goral and the large serow, straight-horned Asian goats.
Variations in the number of teeth in wild Japanese serow (Naemorhedus crispus).
Yamaha Philippines announced that it has formally launched the XTZ 125 and Serow 250, both dual sports bikes that boast great rides on city roads and on rough terrain.