What famous paleontologist/biologist first used the word "dinosaur" ?

What famous paleontologist/biologist first used the word "dinosaur" ?

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Letter Garden allows me to use objectionable words without having to do anything. It has always allowed them.

Answered: What did dinosaur poop look like?

gigantic and stinky. you can find some fossilized but no one wants to tell you they found it

Answered: Is it considered fair use to use quotes from famous people in my

As long as you give credit to the person who said it, it should not be a problem. It only becomes a problem when you don't credit who said it.

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During olden day, a short piece of narrow tube between wider sections for measuring flow rate or exerting suction is Venturi.

Answered: What Killed the Dinosaurs?

nature. people killing animals for there own interest.
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