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  • Numerous other mammals found on the Mentawai islands are also endemic, and these include the Mentawai palm civet (Paradoxurus lignicolor), Mentawai squirrel (Callosciurus melanogaster), Mentawai three-striped squirrel (Lariscus obscurus), and Mentawai flying squirrel (Hylopetes sipora).

    Mentawai Islands rain forests

  • Struck to the British Mars his three-striped flag,

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 14, No. 379, July 4, 1829

  • You three-striped sergeants, you corporals, non-commissioned officers, and men with one or more good-conduct badges,

    Rhymes of the East and Re-collected Verses

  • Classics and Grand Tour stages-and you'll see the distinctive three-striped Adidas design on the side of his shoes.

    Bobke Strut

  • "A thick-necked, burly warrior at the head of that troop; black, bushy hair he had; a scarred, crimsoned face he had; a deep-blue-grey, blazing eye in his head; a spear set with eyes of glass, casting shadows over him; a black shield with a hard rim of silvered bronze upon him; a dun-coloured cloak of curly wool about him; a brooch of pale gold in the cloak over his breast; a three-striped tunic of silk [1] with red embroidery [1] next to his skin; a sword with ivory hilt and with ornamentation of thread of gold over his dress on the outside."

    The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge

  • Despite the free advertising, the familiar three-striped shoe company probably doesn’t appreciate Korn, especially since the band likes to suggest that Adidas is an acronym for “All Day I Dream About Sex.”

    Fargo Rock City

  • I am, but do you really see yourself as others see you?), but I don't like those white, three-striped spikes some international players wear.

    USATODAY.com - Pros find out the hard way: Putts do come in threes

  • a rough, three-striped tunic next to his skin; a sword of seven charges of remelted iron he bore on his rump; a brown hillock he bore, namely his shield; a great, grey spear with thirty nails driven through its socket he had in his hand.

    The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge

  • Yohji; the "3" for Adidas 'three-striped trademark).

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