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Alpacas

Alpacas appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • Nod, or ten alpacas may assess a yam sac a plane trod on.
  • Worms, alpacas: animals’ genes’ rows worsen e.g. slam in a sac a plasm row.
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Explanation

Alpacas a.k.a. Alpaca: An alpaca is a domesticated species of South American camelid. It resembles a small llama in appearance.

  • also known as 駝羊, 羊驼

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Google previewIntrusion Detection Networks (2013)

A Key to Collaborative Security by Carol Fung, Raouf Boutaba

ALPACAS is a fully distributed system. 3.4.11. CDDHT. The Cyber Disease Distributed Hash Table (CDDHT) [94] was proposed as a distributed ...

Google previewSpecial Agents' Series (1917)

The production of wool, hides, and skins of sheep, goats, llamas, vicunas, and alpacas is an occupation of the Andean region that is attaining more and more commercial importance. Goat and kid skins come mostly from the mountainous ...

Google previewInvesting in Alpacas (2005)

by Brian Weiner

As with any business, marketing alpacas is a quantum component of a successful strategy. Marketing is developed across a host of methods including outstanding customer service, a willingness to go the distance for your clients, breeding ...

Google previewLocomotion and Energetics of Llamas and Alpacas Under Free-ranging Conditions (2004)

by Leendert van der Sluijs

concluded that the alpacas is a domesticated form of the vicuna. The most recent study considers the vicuna the ancestor of the alpaca and the llama to originate from the guanaco ...

Google previewContinuum Encyclopedia of Animal Symbolism in World Art (2006)

by Hope B. Werness

Alpacas and Hamas were among the most valued possessions in tne Andean highlands, c. 1200-1532. Collection unfcnoum. or the Art — to come to understand nature/self and thereby unify opposites, symbolized by the androgyne, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Indian Contributions to the World (2009)

15,000 Years of Inventions and Innovations by Emory Dean Keoke, Kay Marie Porterfield

South American Andean cultures Alpacas, like LLAMAS, are mammals that are members of the camel or dromedary family. The animals, whose scientific name is Lama pacos, weigh about 150 pounds, half as much as llamas do, ...

Google previewDictionary of Daily Life of Indians of the Americas (1981)

Alpacas willingly accept the companionship of Ilamas. Though like all cameloids they chew a cud, they apparently do not have the unpleasant habit, familiar in both llamas and camels, of spitting profusely on an antagonist when aroused.

Google previewAustralian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time (1879)

Containing the History of Australasia from 1542 to Date by J. Henniker Heaton

Llamas, Alpacas, and Vicuna sheep introduced into the Colony. 280 (a mixed flock) were landed in Sydney ex Salvadora, from the Chilian port of Caldera, South America. The importer was Mr. Charles Ledger, who had been for a considerable ...

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Scrabble value of A1L1P3A1C3A1S1

The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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