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They may reach a length of 4.6 metres (15 feet), a height of 1.5 metres (5 feet) at
the shoulder, and a weight of 3—4.5 metric tons (3.3—5 tons). The skin is thick,
nearly hairless, and grayish-black above, lighter and pinkish below. The eyes
English holly (I. aquifolium), a tree growing to 15 American holly (Hex opaca) vm
Phage metres tall (nearly 50 feet), bears shining, spiny, dark, evergreen leaves
and usually red fruits. Somewhat taller, American holly (I. opaca) has oblong, ...
Jr—FPG the first 1V2 miles (2,400 metres) of a race, then one in each succeeding
quarter-mile (400 metres). The less challenging hazards allow racers to maintain
a faster pace than in steeplechasing. hurdling, track and field sport, running ...
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