Unlike figure skating, where Russia's Evgeni Plushenko is considered a dinosaur at 31, the age of Olympic curlers is more varied.
They're doing their best, but they're fighting a dinosaur with a feather.
Every day when I would walk onto the set at Universal, I never knew what dinosaur I would find.
But it is going on and I don't want to be a dinosaur that's stuck in his ways and can't evolve with the industry.
This dinosaur family, once common in China, eventually evolved into the largest creatures to ever walk the Earth.
Since the Great River came out of the void and wet the feet of the first dinosaur there has never been a dull minute upon it.
The only complete skeleton of a dinosaur ever found was taken out in 1909.
dinosaur , an order of extinct reptiles, of which there were a dozen varieties, mostly lizardlike and of huge size.
But they did not meet fairly, head to head, as the dinosaur intended.
How could the apes and gorillas, huge as they were, hope to force the dinosaur away?
Any of various extinct reptiles of the orders Saurischia and Ornithischia that flourished during the Mesozoic Era. Dinosaurs were carnivorous or herbivorous, dwelled mostly on land, and varied from the size of a small dog to the largest land animals that ever lived. One group of dinosaurs evolved into birds. See more at ornithischian, saurischian. See Note at bird.
1. Any hardware requiring raised flooring and special power. Used especially of old minicomputers and mainframes, in contrast with newer microprocessor-based machines.
In a famous quote from the 1988 Unix EXPO, Bill Joy compared the liquid-cooled mainframe in the massive IBM display with a grazing dinosaur "with a truck outside pumping its bodily fluids through it". IBM was not amused.
Compare big iron; see also dinosaurs mating.
2. [IBM] A very conservative user; a zipperhead.