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A Leopard

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"A Leopard" a.k.a. "The Leopard" is a 1918 Hungarian film directed by Alfréd Deésy and featuring Béla Lugosi.

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Google previewReading Minds (1993)

The Study of English in the Age of Cognitive Science by Mark Turner

Consider "A leopard is a tiger" or "Recursion is iteration." The probable response — "No, it isn't" — takes the phrase as an identity or definition or instantiation, but as false and mistaken. But suppose we know that the speaker doubtless knows ...

Google previewThe Elements of Mathematical Semantics (1992)

by Maurice V. Aldridge

A leopard is a cat. According to Hintikka (1989), the important claim in the Frege-Russell theory is that the uses of be are logically irreducible, not that they appear in different syntactic ...

Google previewDisappearing Wildlife (2008)

by Angela Royston

A leopard is a species of wild cat. □ Eridkftcjered Species Many types of animals that lived millions of.

Google previewA Symbolical Dictionary; in which ... the general signification of the prophetic symbols, especially those of the Apocalypse, is laid down and proved from the most ancient authorities, sacred and profane ... A new and enlarged edition. With a memoir of the author; and a preface, by Matthew Habershon. [Extracted from "A Perpetual Commentary on the Revelation of St. John."] (1842)

As to swiftness, a leopard will overtake thrice or oftener the swiftest horse, though it draw back after the first or second overtaking; and therefore the leopard, in Daniel, expresses very well the speed of the conquests of Alexander the Great in ...

Google previewInternational Wildlife Encyclopedia: Leopard - marten (2002)

by Maurice Burton, Robert Burton

If placed in a box that contains two windows behind which different colored screens are placed, a leopard frog instinctively jumps toward a blue screen more often than it jumps toward any other colored screen. By contrast, the frogs very rarely ...

Google previewA symbolical dictionary (1842)

by Charles Daubuz

As to swiftness, a leopard will overtake thrice or oftener the swiftest horse, though it draw back after the first or second overtaking ; and therefore the leopard, in Daniel, expresses very well the speed of the conquests of Alexander the Great in ...

Google previewA Tahitian and English dictionary (1978)

by H.J. Davies

Nemera, —— a leopard. Nepheka, -— an emerald. Nesa, -— a hawk. Neseka, - — a drink ofi'ering. Neseteia, gr a fasting or last. Niteia, heb nitre. O Ogura, hob a swallow. [ ()kabara. -- the mouse. Okereba, —- a scorpion. Olelepha, —- a bat.

Google previewA Tahitian and English dictionary, with introductory remarks on the Polynesian language, and a short grammar of the Tahitian dialect (1978)

by Jerbert John Davies

Nemera, – a leopard. Nepheka ...

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Can a leopard
change its spots?
'In a way...'
said Darwin,
tied in knots...

Then would
a leopard
spot its changes?
'Evolution
might arrange this...' (Michael Shepherd)
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