Lamantin

Related to Lamantin: dugong

La`man´tin


n.1.(Zool.) The manatee.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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When they wished to change their place, they took little jumps, made by the contraction of their bodies, and helped awkwardly enough by their imperfect fin, which, as with the lamantin, their cousins, forms a perfect forearm.
Des comparaisons s'imposent avec des romans aussi divers que Noces sacrees de Seydou Badian--oU les expatries blancs s'averent etre des fideles des cultes malinke anciens--et La Revolte du Komo de Aly Diallo, Les Amants de l'esclaverie d'Ismaila Samba Traore, ou encore les thrillers surnaturels de Moussa Konate (L'Empreinte du renard; La Malediction du lamantin)--oules moyens d'action occultes, voire la realite des divinites, sont implicitement valides.
GARDENING LONG-HAUL SENEGAL: Senegal Experience (0845 338 8706) offers seven nights at five-star Lamantin Beach Hotel in Saly from pounds 99, for deps May 12, 19 & 26, incl return flights ex-Heathrow, Bristol, and transfers.
The first hotel we stopped off at was the luxurious Lamantin Beach Hotel, which is in the resort of Saly, around 50 miles south of the city of Dakar, where we flew into.
It was with a heavy heart we left Lamantin but we hadn't reckoned on the further delights that were to follow.