from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A constellation in the Southern Hemisphere near Orion and Columba.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Leporidae — the hares and jackrabbits.
- proper n. A winter constellation of the northern sky, said to resemble a rabbit. It lies south of the constellation Orion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The type genus of the Leporidae, comprising the hares.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The representative and only extant genus of Leporidæ.
- n. An ancient southern constellation, situated south of Orion and east of Canis Major.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. type genus of the Leporidae: hares
- n. a constellation in the southern hemisphere near Orion and Columba
But Night of the Lepus is a personal favorite of mine.
"You are seeing a lot more heavyweight people being brought into the chief risk officer role," says Geoff Kates, chairman of the Professional Risk Managers 'International Association and chief executive of finance industry consultancy Lepus.
Featuring Lional Lepus, one of the expert stunt buns from the forthcoming major motion picture
I love the Gods who have blessed and sustained me, I have walked a very hard path for my beliefs and why should I care if Lepus confuses me with an Athiest, as far as right and wrong goes, often thatr choice is situational, as any adult who has lived a while will inform you.
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Mammal species include grey wolf Canis lupus (V), red fox Vulpes vulpes, otter Lutra lutra, Eurasian badger Meles meles, beech martin Martes foina and brown hare Lepus europeus.
Np pic of the lepuse lepi? and that crazy movie, Night of the Lepus.
Now hop down to Lepus for a faint, round, fuzzy object that's achievable in a small telescope or binoculars – Messier Object 79 RA 05 24 10 Dec +24 31 27.
Tonight, venture into Lepus for a faint, round, fuzzy object that might easily be mistaken for a comet in a small telescope or binoculars – Messier Object 79 RA 05 24 10 Dec +24 31 27.
Tonight journey south of Orion to Lepus and its brightest star—Alpha.