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  • v  walk clumsily and with a bounce

  • Older and heavier, she uses her kangaroo lollop and wry mouth as trademarks for a great human personality.
  • When elephants lollop in a river, Fairbanks says: "They wear nothing but their trunks.
  • They are able to stand nearly erect on land, to lollop along over a rocky beach as fast as a man, though they soon get out of breath.

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