kangaroo

[n] - any of several herbivorous leaping marsupials of Australia and New Guinea having large powerful hind legs and a long thick tail
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Kangaroo

Kan'ga·roo' noun [ Said to be the native name.] (Zoology) Any one of numerous species of jumping marsupials of the family Macropodidæ . They inhabit Australia, New Guinea, and adjacent islands, They have long and strong hind legs and a large tail, while the fore legs are comparatively shor...
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kangaroo

<zoology> Any one of numerous species of jumping marsupials of the family Macropodidae. They inhabit Australia, new Guinea, and adjacent islands, They have long and strong hind legs and a large tail, while the fore legs are comparatively short and feeble. The giant kangaroo (Macropus major) is the largest species, sometimes becoming twelve or...
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kangaroo

noun any of several herbivorous leaping marsupials of Australia and New Guinea having large powerful hind legs and a long thick tail
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Kangaroo

• (n.) Any one of numerous species of jumping marsupials of the family Macropodidae. They inhabit Australia, New Guinea, and adjacent islands, They have long and strong hind legs and a large tail, while the fore legs are comparatively short and feeble. The giant kangaroo (Macropus major) is the largest species, sometimes becoming twelve or fou...
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Kangaroo

(from the article `Lawrence, D.H.`) Lawrence wrote Kangaroo in six weeks while visiting Australia in 1922. This novel is a serious summary of his own position at the time. The main ... During the 1920s Lawrence (who had left England in 1919) and Eliot began to develop viewpoints at odds with the reputations they had established ... [...
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kangaroo

any of six large species of Australian marsupials noted for hopping and bouncing on their hind legs. The term kangaroo, most specifically used, ... [6 related articles]
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kangaroo

kangaroo, name for a variety of hopping marsupials, or pouched mammals, of the family Macropodidae, found in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. The term is applied especially to the large kangaroos of the genus Macropus. Kangaroos have powerful hind legs designed for leaping, long feet, short fore...
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Kangaroo

Kangaroo is London Cockney rhyming slang for a Jew.
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Kangaroo

Kangaroo is London Cockney rhyming slang for a Jew.
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Kangaroo

Kangaroo is the popular name of any marsupial of the family Macropodidae found in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea.
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kangaroo

Any of a group of marsupials (mammals that carry their young in pouches) found in Australia and Papua New Guinea. Kangaroos are plant-eaters and most live in groups. They are adapted to hopping, the vast majority of species having very large, powerful back legs and feet compared with the small fo...
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Kangaroo

[video on demand] Kangaroo was the working title for a proposed video on demand platform offering content from BBC Worldwide (the commercial arm of the BBC), ITV.com and Channel 4`s 4oD (collectively UK VOD LLP), initially expected to launch in 2008, but blocked by the Competition Commission in 2009. Following the Commission`s rejection of ...
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Kangaroo

[armoured personnel carrier] 1 × .30 cal MG (Later models) (Pintle mount) (Bow or cupola MG depending on model) (Kangaroo Badger: Replaced cupola MG) (Ram/Priest/Sherman based variants) Bedford horizontally opposed twin-six petrol engine (Churchill based variants) (Ram/Priest/Sherman based variants) 350 hp (261 kW) at 2,200 rpm (Churchill ...
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Kangaroo

[disambiguation] A kangaroo is a large marsupial which is endemic to Australia. Kangaroo may also refer to: == Aircraft and aerospace == == Businesses == == Chess == == Child care == == Cuisine == == Cycling == == Fiction and fictional characters == == Film == == Geography == == Government == == Language == == Law == == Literature == == Mat...
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Kangaroo

[video game] ==Gameplay== There are four different levels. Each of them consist of the mother kangaroo on the bottom floor trying to reach the top floor where her joey is being held captive by some monkeys. On each of the levels, there are monkeys who are throwing apples at Mother Kangaroo. Sometimes the apples are thrown so that she must j...
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Kangaroo

The kangaroo uː is a marsupial from the family Macropodidae (macropods, meaning `large foot`). In common use the term is used to describe the largest species from this family, especially those of the genus Macropus, red kangaroo, antilopine kangaroo, eastern grey kangaroo and western grey kangaroo. Kangaroos are endemic to Australia, and one ge.....
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Kangaroo

[song] `Kangaroo` is a single by Sander Van Doorn and 17 year old Julian Jordan. == Tracklist == ...
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