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Cheetahs

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Two changes from Cheetahs
3 Sep 2014
Free State Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan has made two changes to his starting line-up that will tackle the Pumas in Bloemfontein.
Cheetahs beat fourteen-man Griquas
30 Aug 2014
A red card for number eight Carel Greef helped condemn the Griquas to a fourth successive loss as they went down to the Cheetahs 36-25.
Cheetah menu: Wildlife instead of cattle
28 Aug 2014
Cheetahs primarily prefer wildlife on their menu to cattle, scientists have confirmed. The cheetah is a vulnerable species that only exists on Namibia’s commercial farmland in large populations. Here, local farmers see cheetahs as a potential threat for their cattle.
Cheetahs make one change for Griquas
27 Aug 2014
Free State Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan has made just one change to his starting XV for Saturday's clash with Griquas in Kimberley.
UAE at the centre of global trade in smuggled cheetahs
27 Aug 2014
The global trade in cheetahs is fuelled by demand, and the UAE is at the centre of it. "Almost overwhelmingly that goes to the UAE," said Dr Richard Thomas of Traffic, the network that monitors the international trade in rare animals and plants. Historically, cheetahs have not been able to breed well in captivity and the demand for wild-caught animals has placed additional stress on populations ...
Sharks snatch late win over Cheetahs
24 Aug 2014
The Sharks survived a late TMO referral to snatch a 19-16 Currie Cup win over the Free State Cheetahs at Kings Park on Saturday.
Look who joined the HFT lobby
21 Aug 2014
Former regulator Bart Chilton, who has blasted high-frequency traders as "cheetahs," is now working with a leading HFT association.
Look who joined the high-frequency trading lobby
21 Aug 2014
Former CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton, who famously blasted high-frequency traders as "cheetahs," has gone to work with a leading HFT association.
Cheetahs find their mojo
17 Aug 2014
Free State Cheetahs coach Rory Duncan has lauded his side for a much-improved effort after beating Griquas in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
Bonus-point win for Cheetahs
16 Aug 2014
The Free State Cheetahs secured their first win of the Currie Cup season on Saturday, beating the Griquas 34-27 in a high-paced derby.
cheetah
ˈtʃi:tə n. a swift-running feline, Acinonyx jubatus, with a leopard-like spotted coat. [Hindi cita, perh. f. Skr. citraka speckled]
cheetah
ˈtʃi:tə n. a swift-running feline, Acinonyx jubatus, with a leopard-like spotted coat. [Hindi cita, perh. f. Skr. citraka speckled]
cheetah
'tʃi:tə
cheetah
Gepard {m}
Cheetah
Cheetah \Chee"tah\, n. [Hind. ch[=i]t[=a].] (Zo["o]l.) A species of leopard ({Cyn[ae]lurus jubatus}) tamed and used for hunting in India. The woolly cheetah of South Africa is {Cyn[ae]lurus laneus}. It runs very fast in short spurts while hunting. [Written also {chetah}.] [1913 Webster]
cheetah
noun (plural cheetahs; also cheetah) Etymology: Hindi cītā & Urdu chītā leopard, from Sanskrit citraka, from citra bright, variegated; akin to Old High German heitar bright — more at -hood Date: 1610 a long-legged spotted swift-moving African and formerly Asian cat (Acinonyx jubatus) about the size of a small leopard that has blunt nonretractile claws
cheetah
n. a swift-running feline, Acinonyx jubatus, with a leopard-like spotted coat. Etymology: Hindi cita, perh. f. Skr. citraka speckled
Cheetah
Cheetah \Chee"tah\, n. [Hind. ch[=i]t[=a].] (Zo["o]l.) A species of leopard ({Cyn[ae]lurus jubatus}) tamed and used for hunting in India. The woolly cheetah of South Africa is {C. laneus}. [Written also {chetah}.]
Cheetah
(n.) A species of leopard (Cynaelurus jubatus) tamed and used for hunting in India. The woolly cheetah of South Africa is C. laneus.
cheetah
cheetah n : long-legged spotted cat of Africa and southwestern Asia having nonretractile claws; the swiftest mammal; can be trained to run down game [syn: {chetah}, {Acinonyx jubatus}]
eta
n. the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet (H). [Gk]
eta
n. the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet (H). [Gk]
ETA
voraussichtliche Ankunftszeit
eta
voraussichtliche Ankunftszeit
Eet
Eet \Eet\, obs. imp. of {Eat}. --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]
eta
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin, from Greek ēta, of Semitic origin; akin to Hebrew ḥēth heth Date: 15th century the 7th letter of the Greek alphabet — see alphabet table
ETA
abbreviation estimated time of arrival
ETA
1. abbr. estimated time of arrival. 2. n. a Basque separatist movement. Etymology: Basque abbr., f. Euzkadi ta Azkatasuna Basque homeland and liberty
eta
n. the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet (H). Etymology: Gk
ETA
· Estimated time of arrival · See: European Technical Approval
EET
EET Edge Enhancement Technology (Seikosha, Itoh)
EET
EET Eastern European Time [+0200] (TZ)
Eet
Eet \Eet\, obs. imp. of {Eat}. --Chaucer.
Eet
(obs. imp.) of Eat.
eta
eta n : the 7th letter of the Greek alphabet
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