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  • A white belt encircles the animal's midsection, and the cow has a white face with black ovals around the eyes, giving it a panda-like appearance.

    'Panda Cow' Born In Colorado

  • Bangladeshis have the highest total lifetime fertility rate, and Chinese the lowest at almost panda-like levels.

    Dear Madeleine Bunting ...

  • One way that Saipan promotes Japanese tourism is a mascot named “Saipanda,” which is a panda-like creature with a rhinoceros horn for a nose.

    Saipanda! » Japundit Blog

  • She half wished he would do a handstand and pee along the door frame, demonstrating his dominance in panda-like devotion.

    The New

  • Much coffee and fidgetting later, the CSM staggered out of the double doors looking panda-like from lack of sleep no, hang on, she looks like that anyway, only this was more so.

    Mysti/Misty: separated at birth? maybe not.

  • After researching what pandas do all day, I was struck by how panda-like we are when we use the Internet.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • Of course, over the course of the season they had their share of panda-like stretches - ones where they looked like they'd rather be sitting in the bush eating leaves.

    Hockey Journal

  • “Ganguro gyaru, young women known for their deep tans, panda-like make-up and bright fashions are fusing with once bitter enemy “Gothic Lolitas” in their Goth garb and little girl look to create a new fashion mode in trendier parts of Tokyo, according to Weekly Playboy (11/5).

    Ganguro + Goth = Sweet Lolita » Fanboy.com

  • Lambs with panda-like patches of black across their clotted cream coats jumped and tumbled across the grass, before diving under their mothers for shelter and nourishment; farmers worked on the patchwork of fields below, horses grazed lazily on the lush grasses and smoke rose from the rooftops of Fingest - a rural scene so impossibly idyllic you half expected the dastardly Baron Bomburst to appear over the hillside on his zeppelin balloon in search of that magical car.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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