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Word: chameleon

Definition: lizard that changes color in different situations

Sentences Containing 'chameleon'

Chameleon debuts in the PlayStation version (and later Sega Saturn, and PC versions) of "MK Trilogy" as a male ninja with partial transparency.
Fusion's biggest hits, Corea's "Spain" (1971), Hancock's "Chameleon" (1973) and Joe Zawinul's "Birdland" (1977), have been covered numerous times thereafter and are considered modern jazz standards.
In Mortal Kombat 9 there seems to be Chameleon and Khameleon side by side and can be seen on the story mode when Kung Lao fights Scorpion when you play as Scorpion during his chapter.
In the Gamgoas house are two colonies of termites, one chameleon, five Nile crocodiles, several dozen East African cichlids (fish), a semi-large information exhibition, and three lion observation windows.
In the original draft, the main character was an Indiana Jones-type mouse named Kit Colby who sported a fedora and a fluffy collared leather jacket, and the rest of the team included a chameleon, an earlier version of Gadget, and a character resembling Monterey Jack with a different name.
Johnny Donaldson, is an American guitarist who most notably worked with the 1980s Minnesota rock band Chameleon with members: Charlie Adams, Yanni, Mark Anthony, and Dugan McNeill.
Lady Elaine wants people to come to her book show in the Museum-Go-Round, not to the Castle to see a chameleon.
Llyra then used her chameleon powers to disguise herself as Dorma.
PearCs ship with a completely unmodified copy of Mac OS X. Instead they use the freely available Chameleon bootloader and a number of kernel extensions installed on the EFI System partition to allow them to boot Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
Steen is labeled as “a chameleon” by All About Jazz because of his ability to play many styles convincingly.
The films "Brick", "Armageddon", "Nói the Albino", "Chameleon Street", "The Pursuit of Happyness", "Dude, Where's My Car?", "WALL-E", "Let the Right One In", "Let Me In", "My Name is Khan", "3 Idiots", "There's Something About Mary" and "Karthik Calling Karthik" and the television shows "The Carrie Diaries (TV series)", "Doctor Who", "Everybody Hates Chris", "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", "Seinfeld", and "The Simpsons" include sequences which depict this.
There is a cutscene before you fight Kung Lao and in the Background are two male and female Ninjas wearing greyish outfits similar to both Chameleon and Khameleon (although they are not transparent).
This phenomenon, known in Italian as "trasformismo" (roughly translatable in English as "transformism"—in a satirical newspaper, the PM was depicted as a chameleon), effectively removed political differences in Parliament, which was dominated by an undistinguished liberal bloc with a landslide majority until after World War I. During the first two decades of the twentieth century, two parliamentary factions alternated in government, one led by Sidney Sonnino, and the other, by far the larger of the two, by Giovanni Giolitti.
Wildlife consists mostly of small mammals such as rabbits and skunks, small reptiles such as the chameleon and insects.

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