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  • 1 young deer — immature male deer …

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  • 2 James Young Deer — (date unknown April 1946), born J. Younger Johnston and also known as Jim Young Deer, was an early Native American film actor, director, writer, and producer. With his wife and partner, Lillian St. Cyr, they were an influential force in the… …

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  • 3 Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge — IUCN Category IV (Habitat/Species Management Area) …

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  • 4 Deer (surname) — Deer is a surname, and may refer to: Ada Deer (born 1935), Native American leader Brian Deer (21st century), British investigative reporter Gary Mule Deer (21st century), American comedian Gene Deer (21st century), American blues guitarist George …

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  • 5 deer — [ dır ] (plural deer or deers) noun count * a large brown animal with long thin legs. The adult male deer is called a stag and may have antlers growing from its head. The female deer is called a doe and a young deer is called a fawn …

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  • 6 Deer — This article is about the ruminant animal. For other uses, see Deer (disambiguation). Fawn and Stag redirect here. For other uses, see Fawn (disambiguation) and Stag (disambiguation). Deer Temporal range: Early Oligocene–Recent …

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  • 7 deer — n. 1) a herd of deer 2) a young deer is a fawn 3) a female deer is a doe 4) a male deer is a buck, stag 5) the meat of a deer is venison * * * [dɪə] stag a female deer is a doe a herd of deer a male deer is a buck a young deer is a f …

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  • 8 deer */ — UK [dɪə(r)] / US [dɪr] noun [countable] Word forms deer : singular deer plural deer or deers a large brown animal with long thin legs. The adult male deer is called a stag and may have antlers growing from its head. The female deer is called a… …

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  • 9 Deer Woman — Deer Woman, sometimes also known as Deer Lady, is a shape shifting woman in Native American mythology, in and around Oklahoma, The Western United States and The Pacific Northwest. She allegedly appears at various times as an old woman, or a young …

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  • 10 Deer in the Headlights — Single par Owl City Sortie 23 mai 2011 Enregistrement 2011  États Unis …

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  • 11 Deer Creek Township, Cass County, Indiana — Deer Creek Township   Township   Location of Deer Creek Township in Cass County …

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  • 12 Deer Woman (Masters of Horror) — Deer Woman Masters of Horror episode DVD cover for Deer Woman …

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  • 13 Deer Isle, Maine —   Town   Mill Creek and Town Hall in 1907 …

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  • 14 Deer Park, Toronto — Deer Park   Neighbourhood   Christ Church in Yonge St Gore …

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  • 15 Deer Lake (British Columbia) — Deer Lake Location Burnaby, British Columbia Coordinates …

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  • 16 Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp — Deer Valley YMCA Camp is located in Fort Hill, Pennsylvania, in the United States and currently sits on 742 acres of mountainous lands. Deer Valley operates 10 months out of the year and offers the camping experience to different groups and… …

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  • 17 Deer Creek (Maryland) — Deer Creek is a 52.9 mile long (85.1 km)[1] river in Maryland that flows through the scenic areas of Harford County and empties into the Susquehanna River, roughly halfway between the Interstate 95 bridge and Conowingo Dam. It serves as a… …

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  • 18 Deer Island (Qikiqtaaluk Region) — Deer Island Native name: Qikiqtaarjuk (ᕿᑭᖅᑖᕐᔪᒃ) …

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  • 19 deer mouse — ☆ deer mouse n. a mostly North American, white footed mouse (genus Peromyscus) * * * or white footed mouse Any of about 60 species (genus Peromyscus, family Cricetidae) of small, delicate rodents that are active at night and are found in habitats …

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  • 20 Deer Island (Ireland) — Deer Island or Inishmore (derived from the Irish Inis Mór meaning the great island ) is located in County Clare, Ireland. Contents 1 Location 2 Population 3 History and archaeology 4 Nearby …

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