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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
alligator (noun)
1.
a) either of two crocodilians ( of the southeastern United States and of China) having broad heads not tapering to the snout and a special pocket in the upper jaw for reception of the enlarged lower fourth tooth - Alligator mississippiensis A. sinensis
b) - crocodilian
2.
leather made from alligator hide
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