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  1. Leopards

    The Leopards are a South African rugby union team that participates in the annual Currie Cup tournament, currently playing in the First Division. Their home ground is Olën Park in Potchefstroom. They draw all their players from the North West Province. The union was formed in 1920 and the team was originally called Western Transvaal. For most of their history they've played in the second tier of the Currie Cup, but they were promoted to the Premier Division for the 2009 season after defeating the Falcons in a promotion-relegation playoff in October 2008. They remained in the Premier Division of the Currie Cup until the end of 2011 season after beating the SWD Eagles from the Southern Cape in promotion/relegation matches at the end of 2009 and 2010. However, the decision of Saru to reduce the number of teams in the Premier Division of the Currie Cup as from 2012, saw the Leopards moving down to the First Division. They became the first black-owned rugby team in South Africa, after securing sponsorship from Royal Bafokeng Sports Holdings in October 2007. Andre May was elected as the new president of the Union on the 29 April 2010 and was re-elected for a second two year term on 17 November 2011. May is a former player of Western Transvaal as is the CEO, Eugene Hare, who is also the most capped player in the history of the Union.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of leopards in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of leopards in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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  1. American Indian Proverb:

    After dark all cats are leopards. Zuni

  2. Khushwinder Singh:

    We shot it with three tranquilizers but it worked only after the third one was fired, when they( leopards) are very aggressive, the medicine does not affect them.

  3. Tourism Minister Jean Kapata:

    We have always hunted lions and leopards but what we are doing now is to hunt in a more controlled manner. We have reduced the number of big cats to be hunted per block.

  4. Tourism Minister Jean Kapata:

    We have lifted the hunting ban for leopards starting this 2015/2016 season, which begins in July and we are going to allow lion hunting starting next year, we did an aerial survey and established that we have more than 4,000 lions and leopards are in excess of 8,000.

  5. Alan Rickman:

    ( Reuters) John said there would be leopards today, Teigen tweeted on Monday. But it's lepers. I uh, am not good with the Bible. Teigen posted the photos before visiting John Legend, singer John Legend, on the set of NBC's upcoming live version of the hit musical. Heading to Jesus Christ Superstar rehearsals ! Jesus flies today. I got ta see this, tweeted Teigen. The special also features rocker Alice Cooper as King Herod, Ben Daniels as Pontius Pilate and Sara Bareilles as Mary Magdalene. Cooperrecently spoke about his inspirationfor playing Herod, which he first played in a 1996 London production of the play. He revealed that his inspiration for the role comes from Alan Rickman's portrayal of Professor Snape in Harry Potter. When I first heard about it, I thought Alan Rickman — that condescending sort of arrogant character — and I kind of fashioned what I would do after what I thought Alan Rickman would do if Alan Rickman were alive.

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