[ US /ˈnɛsi/ ]
  1. a large aquatic animal supposed to resemble a serpent or plesiosaur of Loch Ness in Scotland
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  • Even TV channels that are supposed to carry heavyweight stuff will toss in cabbages such as pro-Nessie arguments without moderation by the skeptics. Radio in decline
  • Loch Ness Monster move over, England's version of the notorious mystery -- dubbed "Bownessie" by locals -- is hogging the spotlight after a kayaker's recent cell phone photo of something strange in Lake Windermere has been spreading fast around the web. Loch Ness Monster Of England, 'Bownessie,' Allegedly Photographed In Lake Windermere (VIDEO)
  • Although no evidence exists to suggest the alleged creature's sex, the nickname "Nessie" sounds feminine, so the creature is often referred to as female.
  • Casting the net for Nessie has meant research extending not only to the four corners of Britain, but to loci as far-flung as Canada and Australia.
  • A random lightning strike traps the trio in an old Icelandic mine, which just happens to have a conveniently-placed rollercoaster; pretty soon they’re staring glurgy-eyed at Blue Velvet-style bluebirds, flying kites, hitting piranahs with baseball bats, dodging attacks from Nessie and running from dinosaurs. Journey to the Center of the Earth « Skid Roche
  • Nessie's stirring up the tourists today,’ the man announced cheerfully as he sat down.
  • Nessie is usually categorized as a type of lake monster.
  • It is awash in fluorescent green Nessie souvenirs (why green?), most of which were made in China. NESSIE ON THE HALF SHELL
  • The show features great pieces on the Patterson Bigfoot film and other obviously fake "apeman" footage, various Nessie clips, "Pleiadian contactee" Billy Meier and his never ending world of flying saucer films and photos, Ray Santilli's legendary Roswell alien autopsy which was the basis for a superb 2006 movie starring Ant & Dec and more. Archive 2010-02-01
  • Elle conviendrait beaucoup mieux, cepen-dant, pour décrire certains monstres de lacs tel Nessie, le célèbre monstre du Loch Ness. Cadborosaurus
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