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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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gazellega‧zelle /ɡəˈzel/ noun [countable]  HBAa type of small deer, which jumps very gracefully and has large beautiful eyes
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gazelleTrue enough, but what about a gazelle running from a cheetah?He can run like a gazelle and jump like a kangaroo.Cheetahs are trying to eat gazelles.But hare and even the odd gazelle were available locally.Whereas foxes eat things other than rabbits, cheetahs eat only gazelles.By such stealth, it can usually get within fifty yards of a solitary gazelle.As soon as the gazelle lifts its head again, the cheetah freezes.It is like the gazelle running faster than other gazelles rather than running faster than cheetahs.
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