- sal·a·man·der (s l -m n d r). n. 1.
- Salamanders of West Virginia
- 1. Salamanders of WV.
- Drought could push salamanders to brink of extinction
- By Marty Toohey The nearly yearlong drought has been tough on the endangered Barton Springs salamander, so much so that city officials say survival prospects have notably diminished for the unofficial mascot of Austin environmentalism.
- Salamander Returns to Profit on 23% Increase in Production
- By Kari Lundgren - Thu Aug 25 12:57:29 GMT 2011 Salamander Energy Plc (SMDR), a UK oil and gas exploration company, returned to profit, boosted by a 23 percent increase in average daily production.
- Bobby Lea (left) will compete in the Salamander Madison Cup Friday night at
- The Salamander Madison Cup, presented by Univest, is the oldest continually raced for trophy in US track cycling.
- Salamander still focused on drilling
- Asian-focused oil and gas group Salamander Energy achieved record revenue and cash flow in the first half, as average production increased 23 per cent to 19600 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd).
- Fox Davies Capital Update featuring Kenmare Resources, Petropavlovsk
- Salamander Energy (LON:SMDR) (SMDR, 228.8p, ▲ 2.37%) announced its half year results for the six months ended 30 June 2011.
- Salamander - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Salamander is a common name of approximately 500 species of amphibians.
- Salamander Designs Custom Modular Home Entertainment Furniture
- Company offers custom modular home entertainment furniture including cd and stereo media storage racks, plasma TV mounts, theater seating, and more.
- San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Salamander & Newt
- Get fun and interesting salamander and newt facts in an easy-to-read style from the San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes.
- Salamander — a magazine for poetry, fiction, & memoirs
- Salamander is a nationally recognized magazine that publishes literary works of transformative power.
- HowStuffWorks "Salamander"
- A salamander is a type of amphibian. Learn from about salamanders at HowStuffWorks.
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