- massive powerful herbivorous odd-toed ungulate of southeast Asia and Africa having very thick skin and one or two horns on the snout
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Rhi·noc'e·ros noun [ Latin , from Greek ........., .........; .......... ........., the nose + ......... a horn: confer French rhinocéros . See Horn .] (Zoology) Any pachyderm belonging to the genera Rhinoceros , Atelodus , and several allied genera of the family
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<zoology> Any pachyderm belonging to the genera Rhinoceros, Atelodus, and several allied genera of the family Rhinocerotidae, of which several living, and many extinct, species are known. They are large and powerful, and usually have either one or two stout conical median horns on the snout. ... The Indian, or white, and the Javan rhinocerose
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massive powerful herbivorous odd-toed ungulate of southeast Asia and Africa having very thick skin and one or two horns on the snout
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• (n.) Any pachyderm belonging to the genera Rhinoceros, Atelodus, and several allied genera of the family Rhinocerotidae, of which several living, and many extinct, species are known. They are large and powerful, and usually have either one or two stout conical median horns on the snout.
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(from the article `Ionesco, Eugène`) ...that Ionesco mastered the techniques of the full-length play: Amédée (1954), Tueur sans gages (1959; The Killer), and Le Rhinocéros (1959; ...
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any of five species of ponderous, hoofed mammals, family Rhinocerotidae (order Perissodactyla), found in eastern and southern Africa and in tropical ... [2 related articles]
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rhinoceros 1. A very large herbivorous mammal with very thick skin and one or two horns on its snout. 2. A large, unwieldy quadruped of a genus now found only in Africa and Southern Asia, having a horn (or, in some species, two horns) on the nose and a very thick skin disposed in plates and folds. [It should be noted that the rhinoceros horn&
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Rhinoceros is a 1974 comedy film based on the play by Eugène Ionesco. The film was produced and released as part of the American Film Theatre, which adapted theatrical works for a subscription-driven cinema series. ==Plot== The residents of a large town are inexplicably turning into rhinoceroses. Stanley (Gene Wilder), a mild-manner
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rhinoceros, massive hoofed mammal of Africa, India, and SE Asia, characterized by a snout with one or two horns. The rhinoceros family, along with the horse and tapir families, forms the order of odd-toed hoofed mammals. The five living species, which once ranged widely across Africa and Asia, now c...
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A Rhinoceros is an odd-toed hoofed mammal of the family Rhinocerotidae. The one-horned Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) is up to two metres high at the shoulder, with a tubercled skin, folded into shield like pieces; the African rhinoceroses are smooth-skinned and two-horned. The African black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) is 1.5 metres hig
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Large grazing mammal with one or more horns on its snout. Rhinoceroses have thick, loose skin with little hair, stumpy, powerful legs with three toes on each foot. The largest species (the one-horned Indian rhinoceros) can grow up to 2 m/6 ft high at the shoulder and weigh 2,300–4,000 k...
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Rhinoceros was a rock band established in 1967 by Elektra Records. The band, while well respected in many circles, did not live up to the record label`s expectations. One reviewer commented, `Despite the fact that the band could not live up to the expectations that were raised by Elektra Records` publicity machine, Rhinoceros` contri
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A rhinoceros is any of five species of ungulates in the Rhinocerotidae family. Rhinoceros may also refer to: ==Animals== ==Art and entertainment== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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`Rhinoceros` is a song by American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins from their debut album, Gish. It was written by Billy Corgan and is one of the few songs from Gish that has been performed consistently throughout the band`s career. The song is an early indication of the loud/soft dynamic that would come to define the ban
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Dicerorhinus Diceros Rhinoceros Rhinoceros s, often abbreviated as rhino, is a group of five extant species of odd-toed ungulates in the family Rhinocerotidae. Two of these species are native to Africa and three to Southern Asia. Members of the rhinoceros family are characterized by their large size (they are some of the largest remaining megafaun
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Rhinoceros (French original title Rhinocéros) is a play by Eugène Ionesco, written in 1959. The play belongs to the school of drama known as the Theatre of the Absurd. Over the course of three acts, the inhabitants of a small, provincial French town turn into rhinoceroses; ultimately the only human who does not succumb to this mass
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[Orson Welles production]
Rhinoceros was a 1960 production of Eugène Ionesco`s surrealist play of the same name, which had been written the year before. It was the first English-language production of the play, starred future husband-and-wife team Laurence Olivier and Joan Plowright, and was directed by Orson Welles. Olivier also co-produc
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