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Definition of "yale" []

  • A mythical beast with the body of an antelope or goat and swivelling horns (noun)

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Use "yale" in a sentence
  • "The yale is the size of a horse, but has the tail of an elephant and the jaws of a boar, and is black."
  • "Mr. Shiller keeps data going back to the late 19th century on his website, at www.econ.yale.edu/~shiller/data.htm ."
  • "I want to know more about why one governmental wing is asking another to dismiss the case of Geronimos bones being returned to his family, from whom they have been stolen by the yale society kennedy was killed for speaking out against, you know the one that bush and his "opponent" kerry are members of."
  • "I want to know more about why one governmental wing is asking another to dismiss the case of Geronimos bones being returned to his family, from whom they have been stolen by the yale society kennedy was killed for speaking out against, you know the one that bush and his "opponent" kerry are members of."
  • "You can read more about the Sustainable Food Project at www. yale.edu/sustainablefood or find the YSFP on Facebook here."
  • "“Carbon plan in Ecuador would leave jungle oil reserves untapped,” Yale Environment 360, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies e360.yale.edu/content/digest.msp?"