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Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted wearing the same leopard print dress at two separate events all during a span of under two weeks, which made us pose the question: What would Carrie Bradshaw say about recycled fashion?
There was a fair amount of leopard and vintage brocade.
The Congo Basin bursts with wildlife—monkeys swing from branches, leopards prowl, geckos scuttle up and down tree trunks.
At one point the leopard dæmon seemed to hear something.
The San Diego-native also posted an Instagram of Christie Brinkley from the '90s wearing a leopard print suit that is nearly identical to her Swami suit.
Rather than use a traditional, organic-feeling leopard print, the DVF team added some edge with a custom pattern that looks slightly digital.
Flash and Flash II had a variety of half-day successes such as leopard sharks in South Bay and rockfish along the Marin Coast.
The attraction had taken eight years to build and featured 50 rides, restaurants, an aquarium—and a zoo with 70 Nile crocodiles, 10 tigers, llamas, cheetahs, monkeys, deer, birds, turtles, snakes, leopards, lions, and many other species.
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Origin and Etymology of leopard
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a large brownish-yellow cat with black spots that lives in Asia and Africa
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