Oryx

Oryx dammah Cretzschmar, 1827 Oryx gazella (Linnaeus, 1758) Oryx is a genus consisting of four large antelope species. Three of them are native to arid parts of Africa, and the fourth to the Arabian Peninsula. Their fur is pale with contrasting dark markings in the face and on the legs, and their long horns are almost straight. The exception is th...
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oryx

(genus Oryx), any of four large antelopes (family Bovidae, order Artiodactyla) living in herds on deserts and dry plains of Africa and Arabia.[1 related articles]
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oryx

[n] - large African antelope with long straight nearly upright horns
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Oryx

• (n.) A genus of African antelopes which includes the gemsbok, the leucoryx, the bisa antelope (O. beisa), and the beatrix antelope (O. beatrix) of Arabia.
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oryx

noun large African antelope with long straight nearly upright horns
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Oryx

[ancient city] Oryx (Όρυξ), also Halus (Ἁλοῦς) was an ancient town in Arcadia, part of the district of Kleitor. It was situated on the river Ladon, between Nassoi and Thaliades. The location of the ancient city is believed to be in or near the present Ladon reservoir. ...
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ORYX

[encryption algorithm] ==Algorithm Description== ORYX is a simple stream cipher based on binary linear feedback shift registers (LFSRs) to protect cellular data transmissions(for wireless data services). The cipher ORYX has four components: three 32-bit LFSRs which labeled as LFSRA, LFSRB and LFSRK, and an S-box containing a known permutati...
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oryx

Click images to enlargeAny of a group of large antelopes native to Africa and Asia. The Arabian oryx (O. leucoryx), at one time extinct in the wild, was successfully reintroduced into its natural habitat using stocks bred in captivity in 1982. By 1998 the oryx reintroduction project was seriously reduce...
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Oryx

O'ryx noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... a kind of gazelle or antelope.] (Zoology) A genus of African antelopes which includes the gemsbok, the leucoryx, the bisa antelope ( O. beisa ), and the beatrix antelope ( O. beatrix ) of Arabia.
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oryx

large antelope of Africa and Arabia with long horns
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oryx

oryx (ôr'iks) , name for several small, horselike antelopes, genus Oryx, found in deserts and arid scrublands of Africa and Arabia. They feed on grasses and scrub and can go without water for long periods. Oryxes are light in color with dark patches on the face and legs. They have slight s...
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Oryx

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Oryx

The oryx is a large antelope found in African deserts. They are about the size of donkeys, and both sexes carry long horns which are slightly curved in the Sudan oryx, and straight in the other species.
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