Reebok

Ree'bok` noun [ Dutch, literally, roebuck.] (Zoology) The peele. [ Written also rehboc and rheeboc .]
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reebok

<zoology> The peele. ... Alternative forms: rehboc and rheeboc. ... Origin: D, literally, roebuck. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Reebok

• (n.) The peele.
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Reebok

The reebok is a species of South African antelope. It has smooth, long, straight and slender horns. It stands about 75 centimetres at the shoulder and is a very fast runner.
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Reebok

Reebok International Limited was founded in 1895 in Bolton, Lancashire, England. It has been a subsidiary of the German group Adidas since 2005, and is a producer of athletic shoes, clothing, and accessories. The global headquarters are located in Canton, Massachusetts, U.S.; with regional offices in Amsterdam (EMEA), Montreal (Canada), Hong Kong ...
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reebok

small South African antelope
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