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Variant of steenbok.


n, pl -boks or -bok
(Animals) a variant of steenbok


(ˈstinˌbɒk, ˈsteɪn-)

also steinbok

n., pl. -boks, (esp. collectively) -bok.
a small African antelope, Raphicerus campestris: only males have spikes.
[1765–75; < Afrikaans < Dutch steen stone + bok buck1]
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Noun1.steinbok - small plains antelope of southeastern Africasteinbok - small plains antelope of southeastern Africa
antelope - graceful Old World ruminant with long legs and horns directed upward and backward; includes gazelles; springboks; impalas; addax; gerenuks; blackbucks; dik-diks
genus Raphicerus, Raphicerus - African antelopes: steenboks
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(21.) Steinbok P, Gopalakrishnan CV, Hengel AR, et al.
Development outcomes were the focus of Steinbok, Lam, Singh, Mortenson, and Singhal (2007), who studied 65 children at least five years of age who had been diagnosed in infancy with DP.
The Tiny Ten includes Damarra dik-dik, steinbok, oribi, suni, common duiker, red duiker, blue duiker, klipspringer, Cape grysbok, and Sharpe's grysbok.
(46.) Steinbok P, Heirschel S, Cochrane DD, Kestle JR.
(6.) Sherman EM, Slick DJ, Connolly MB, Steinbok P Camfield C, Eyrl KL, Massey C, Earrell K.
In another series reported by Vitali and Steinbok, [sup][2] the age range was from 2 years and 7 months to 6 years and 6 months.
Author(s): Henry Tran, MD, Alex Kavanagh, MD, Paul Steinbok, MD, FRCSC, Kourosh F.
(9.) Kariyattil R, Steinbok P, Singhal A, Cochrane DD.
It wears a 2-7X Leupold scope and I've used it on game from a tiny Steinbok in Africa to Montana elk.