Some articles on lions:
... The Golden Lions is a provincial rugby team based in Johannesburg, South Africa ... South Africa forced a name change to the Gauteng Lions, before again being changed to the Golden Lions ... the provincial side is known as the MTN Lions in the Currie Cup competition ...
... Home Site Notes 001 March 16 La New Bears 9 14 Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions Tainan 002 March 18 dmedia T-REX 6 1 La New Bears Kaohsiung ? March 18 Chinatrust Whales ...
... were names given to the two man-eating lions ... The story of Patterson and the man-eating lions was also an inspiration for the book Three Weeks in December by Audrey Schulman, published in 2012 ... The lions also appear as a difficulty to be overcome in the "Cape to Cairo" scenario of the video game Railroad Tycoon II ...
... Theories for the "man-eating behavior" of lions have been reviewed by Kerbis Peterhans and Gnoske (2001) and Patterson (2004) ... following An outbreak of rinderpest disease (cattle plague) in 1898 devastated the lions' usual prey, forcing them to find alternative food sources ... The Tsavo lions may have been accustomed to finding dead humans at the Tsavo River crossing ...
... College 1 Saskatchewan Roughriders Scott Schultz DL North Dakota 2 BC Lions Ian Williams LB Memphis 3 BC Lions Lyle Green FB Toledo 4 Toronto Argonauts Angus Reid G Simon Fraser 5 ...
Famous quotes containing the word lions:
“I am afraid if there is anything to be afraid of. A precipice cannot hurt you. Lions and tigers can. The streets of New York I consider more dangerous than the Matterhorn to a thoroughly competent and careful climber.”
—Annie Smith Peck (18501935)
“Danger knows full well
That Caesar is more dangerous than he.
We are two lions littered in one day,
And I the elder and more terrible,
And Caesar shall go forth.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“When lions paint pictures men will not always be represented as conquerors. When women translate laws, constitutions, bibles and philosophies, man will not always be the declared heard of the church, the state, and the home.”
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton 18151902, U.S. womens rights activist, author, editor. The Revolution (August 13, 1868)