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camelcam‧el /ˈkæməl/ ●○○ noun [countable]  camel.jpg HBAa large desert animal with a long neck and either one or two humps (=large raised parts) on its back
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camelBut Koju was, immutably, a driver and Chutra, immutably, a camel man.They are camel breeders and were once quite well off.Achaemeniann foot guards, Parthian warriors, the cavalry of Xerxes, litters, chariots, tanks, Bactrian camels.One dehydrated camel drank 186 litres of water in two bouts of 94 and 92 litres.Some days we passed other groups of Rabari with their strings of camels.An Arab's flowing robes and racing camels gleamed white against the ochre dirt.The camels were hobbled out to graze in the paddock.
CamelCamel trademark  a type of cigarette made in the US, with a picture of a camel on the packet
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