Mamba

Mambas are fast-moving, terrestrial, venomous snakes of the genus Dendroaspis (literally `tree asp`) in the family Elapidae. There are four extant species. Native to Africa, they are feared throughout their ranges, especially the black mamba. In Africa, there are many legends and stories describing these snakes. ==Behavior== Most of the members .....
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MAMBA

Mobile Artillery Monitoring Battlefield Radar
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mamba

noun arboreal snake of central and southern Africa whose bite is often fatal
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Mamba

[candy] Mamba Fruit Chews are a brand of fruit chew candies, made in Germany by August Storck KG. They are artificially flavored in strawberry, orange, lemon, and raspberry. They are vegan. Mamba was launched in 1953 in packs of six. They are most often sold in packages of 18 or 24 soft chews and the flavors within each package are selected...
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MAMBA

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Mobile Artillery Monitoring Battlefield Radar
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Mamba

[Tanzanian ward] Mamba is an administrative ward in the Chunya district of the Mbeya Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 10,143. ...
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[website] Mamba – is a network of social discovery/social dating sites that includes approximately 25,000 (twenty five thousand) independent sites and dating sections on large portals and publishing sites (e.g. Yahoo, Msn, Icq, Mail.ru, Rambler.ru, Km.ru). == Site functionality == The site is more image-orientated than CIS leading social ...
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any of four species of large arboreal venomous snakes that live throughout sub-Saharan Africa in tropical rainforest and savanna. Mambas are slender, ...
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Either of two venomous snakes belonging to the cobra family, found in Africa south of the Sahara. Unlike cobras, they are not hooded. (Genus Dendroaspis, family Elapidae.) The green mamba (D. angusticeps) is 1.5 m/5 ft long or more and lives in trees, feeding on birds and lizards. The black mamba (...
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from Zulu or Swahili mamba
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mamba, name for African snakes of the genus Dendroaspis, in the cobra family. Widely distributed throughout Africa except in the deserts, mambas have extremely toxic venom. When attacking they raise the front of the body high off the ground and aim at the head or trunk of the victim. They do not hav...
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Mamba

Series of 4X4 wheeled armoured vehicles, Reumech OMC [ZA]
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The Bolkow-Blohm Mamba is a German portable anti-tank missile developed as a successor to the Bolkow Bo 810 anti-tank missile. Mamba has a minimum range of 300 metres and a maximum range of 2000 meters, reaching its maximum range in 17.5 seconds. Mamba has interchangeable warheads, a shaped charge warhead for attacking armoured targets which is cap...
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mamba

[n] - arboreal snake of central and southern Africa whose bite is often fatal
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