Cobra

Cobra (/ˈkōbrə/ pronunciation) is the Portuguese word for `snake`. In English and in some other languages, it has been adopted as the name for any of various species of venomous snakes. Most of those species are in the family Elapidae, all of which are venomous. Most of them can spread their neck ribs to form a flattened, widened hood. Not al.....
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Cobra

(from the article `Sarduy, Severo`) ...encompass the entire history of Cuba and aspire to give a global view of its culture. An even more experimental novel followed, Cobra (1972; Eng. ...
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cobra

(ko´brә) any of numerous extremely poisonous elapid snakes commonly found in Africa, Asia, and India. They are capable of expanding the neck region to form a hood, and have two comparatively short, erect, deep grooved fangs. A serum obtained from animals inoculated with cobra venom is used in counteracting t...
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cobra

[n] - venomous Asiatic and African elapid snakes that can expand the skin of the neck into a hood
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Cobra

• (n.) See Copra. • (n.) The cobra de capello.
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cobra

noun venomous Asiatic and African elapid snakes that can expand the skin of the neck into a hood
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COBRA

[action-adventure novels] For the series of novels by Timothy Zahn, see COBRA (science fiction novels) COBRA was a short-lived series of adventure novels by Joseph R. Rosenberger, who also created the series Death Merchant. The series was published in the late 1980s. ==Synopsis== COBRA profiles the adventures of a top-secret covert operatio...
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Cobra

[La Ronde] Cobra is a steel stand-up roller coaster built by Intamin at La Ronde amusement park in Montreal, Canada. It originally opened in 1988 at Skara Sommarland and is one of 3 Stand-up coasters manufactured by Intamin. ==History== The roller coaster was relocated in 1994 from the Skara Sommarland amusement park in Sweden, where it was...
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Cobra

[manga] The manga was originally serialized in Shueisha`s Weekly Shōnen Jump from November 1978 to November 1984. Later, Shueisha collected the chapters and published them in 18 tankōbon volumes. The Cobra manga spawned various sequel manga series, one-shots, a feature-length anime film, two anime series{–}a 31-episode series in 1982, a...
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COBRA

[novels] COBRA was the name for two unrelated book series, one by Joseph R. Rosenberger and one by Timothy Zahn: ...
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Cobra

[PowerPark] Cobra is a roller coaster located at PowerPark in Alahärmä, Finland. Cobra was the first Vekoma boomerang to use the new MK1211 open sided train. ...
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Cobra

[programming language from Cobra Language LLC] ...
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Cobra

[programming language] Cobra is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. Cobra is designed by Charles Esterbrook, and runs on the Microsoft .NET and Mono platforms. It is strongly influenced by Python, C#, Eiffel, Objective-C, and other programming languages. It supports both static and dynamic typing. It has support for uni...
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COBRA

[science fiction novels] For the series of novels by Joseph R. Rosenberger, see COBRA (action-adventure novels) COBRA refers to a series of science fiction novels by Timothy Zahn. ==Setting== The books center around Cobras, elite soldiers augmented with bionic technology. These modifications include built-in weapons, sensory enhancements,ef...
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Cobra

[Tivoli Friheden] Cobra is a steel inverted roller coaster at the Tivoli Friheden amusement park in Denmark. ==Incidents== On July 4, 2008, 6 days after the official opening of the ride, the front cart fell off the rails and fell to the ground, hurting 4 people. Due to repairs and testing following the incident, the ride was closed until la...
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Cobra

[tram] The Cobra Tram is Zürich`s newest tram type and first low floor tram. Originally only running on a limited number of lines, it is now in use on almost all lines alongside the other tram models. == History == === Initial concept === In 1992, a consortium of Swiss rolling stock manufacturers proposed a new design of low-floor articula...
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Cobra

[Zorn] Cobra is an unpublished but recorded and frequently performed musical composition by John Zorn that was conceived as a system with very detailed rules but with no pre-conceived sequence of events, or game piece, for a group of musical improvisors and a prompter. Zorn completed Cobra on October 9, 1984. The composition consists of a s...
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cobra

Click images to enlargeAny of several poisonous snakes, especially the genus Naja, of the family Elapidae, found in Africa and southern Asia, species of which can grow from 1 m/3 ft to over 4.3 m/14 ft. The neck stretches into a hood when the snake is alarmed. Cobra venom contains nerve toxins p...
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Cobra

Co'bra noun See Copra .
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cobra

A genus of poisonous snakes of the subfamily elapinae of the family elapidae. There are six recognised species, all inhabiting africa except the asiatic (indian) cobra, naja naja. Some species 'spit' their venom into the eyes of their 'enemies'. So-called spitting cobras show a high degree of accuracy in aiming for the eyes. The ringhals, the most ...
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cobra

any of various species of highly venomous snakes, most of which expand the neck ribs to form a hood. While the hood is characteristic of cobras, not ... [4 related articles]
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Cobra

Cobra is a cultivated variety of potato.
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cobra

cobra, name for African and Asian snakes of the family Elapidae that are equipped with inflatable neck hoods. The family also includes the African mambas, the Asian kraits, the New World coral snakes and a large number of Australian snakes. All members of the family are poisonous and have short, rig...
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COBRA

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COBRA

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