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Scientists are using narwhals, the whales with 9 foot long unicorn-like tusks, to map out the bottom of Greenland’s melting glaciers.
For instance, along the course, paint your aspirations on the Dream Wall, frolic in the Foam Zone and snap photos with giant unicorns.
But the point of lining up for a limited-edition treat like Taiyaki’s taro slush unicorn float may be followers, not flavors.
As a result, China already has a herd of AI unicorns, meaning startups valued at more than $1bn.
Do as food director Carla Lalli Music does and pack a few essentials (good cast-iron skillets are the unicorns of rental kitchens).
Tori and Stella, whose birthday is June 9, have been celebrating her birth month with all things unicorn.
Resident unicorn and glitter connoisseur Bella Thorne has always been very up-front about her struggle with acne.
And meanwhile, the youngest of those three children, Agnes (Nev Scharrel) is determined to catch a real, live unicorn.
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UNICORN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unicorn for English Language Learners
: an imaginary animal that looks like a horse and has a straight horn growing from the middle of its forehead
UNICORN Defined for Kids
Definition of unicorn for Students
medical Definition of unicorn
- a unicorn uterus
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