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Sentence count:187Posted:2017-04-20Updated:2017-04-20
Similar words: thesaurusluminosityinordinateinordinatelymultitudinousplatitudinousgaurauraMeaning: ['daɪnəʊsɔː]  n. any of numerous extinct terrestrial reptiles of the Mesozoic era. 
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1 This typewriter's a bit of a dinosaur, isn't it?
2 Thick bony plates protected the dinosaur against attack.
3 We can only guess how fast a dinosaur might have run.
4 We reconstructed what the dinosaur looked like from a few of its bones.
5 We went to see the dinosaur skeletons in the Natural History Museum.
6 This dinosaur is recognizable by the protuberance on the top of its head.
7 The discovery of the dinosaur skeleton has cast light on why they became extinct.
8 Some types of dinosaur had sharp spikes on their tails.
9 Plus a little dig at dinosaur bands.
10 They're digging for dinosaur bones.
11 Several dinosaur fossils were found in Montana.
12 Scientists have unearthed a complete dinosaur skeleton in Montana.
13 Your month-old computer is already looking like a dinosaur.
14 Life-size dinosaur models tower above the Prehistoric Park where authentic geological formations include mountain uplift, volcano[],[] swampland and inland sea.
15 He may be as tough as a dinosaur, but he's as gentle as a lamb.
16 Great big and fearsome Dimetrodon, a species of dinosaur, was the most powerful creature.
17 Bakker believed that dinosaur speed could, reasonably accurately enough, be worked out from the angle of the limb joints.
18 The dinosaur exhibit is pretty neat with lots of info about each period.
19 Those were the last days of that dying dinosaur, male supremacy.
20 Critics, however, point out that dinosaur joint surfaces were not usually smooth and polished like those of mammals.
21 The Health Service has become a dinosaur. It needs radical reform if it is to survive.
22 Extrapolating this knowledge to a 10-ton dinosaur, they calculated that a one-degree rise in body temperature would take some 86 hours.
23 On balance, however, the predator/prey theory of dinosaur endothermy does seem to be one of Bakker's stronger points.
24 The most popular exhibit in the museum was a giant animatronic dinosaur.
25 The plastic pieces snap together to make a replica of a dinosaur.
26 Museums will pay large amounts of money for good dinosaur fossil specimens.
27 The modern birds-the megapodes-with the same habits have not changed much from their dinosaur ancestors.
28 The site, which abuts the Carson National Forest, is rich in dinosaur bones.
29 The pest controllers however, were confronted with an even bigger menace, in the form of a sealy dinosaur.
30 Near Medicine Bow, Wyoming, I visited a rock shop made entirely of fossilized dinosaur bones.
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