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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
lizard (noun)
1.
any of a suborder (Lacertilia) of reptiles distinguished from the snakes by a fused inseparable lower jaw, a single temporal opening, two pairs of well differentiated functional limbs which may be lacking in burrowing forms, external ears, and eyes with movable lids , broadly any relatively long-bodied reptile (as a crocodile or dinosaur) with legs and tapering tail
2.
leather made from lizard skin
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