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Possible Answers: PUMA, AVIA, ADIDAS, REEBOK, FILA, ASICS, LAGEAR, KSWISS.

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Random information on the term “PUMA”:

†Puma pardoides
†Puma pumoides
Puma yagouaroundi
†Puma inexpectatus?
†Puma trumani?
Puma concolor

Herpailurus Severtzow, 1858
?Miracinonyx Adams, 1979
Viretailurus Hemmer, 1965

Puma is a genus in Felidae that contains the cougar (also known as the puma, among other names) and the jaguarundi, and may also include several poorly known Old World fossil representatives (for example, Puma pardoides, or “Owen’s panther,” a large cougar-like cat of Eurasia’s Pliocene). In addition to these potential Old World fossil there are a couple of New World fossil representatives such as Puma pumoides and possibly the two species of the so-called “American cheetah”.

The puma is a large, secretive cat. They are also commonly known as cougars and mountain lions, and are able to reach larger sizes than some other “big” cat individuals. Though despite their large size, it has been believed that they are more closely related to smaller feline species. There are 7 subspecies of puma, all of which have similar characteristics but tend to vary in color and size. Pumas are thought to be one of the most adaptable of felines on the American continents, for the fact that they are found in a variety of different habitats unlike other various cat species.

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Random information on the term “AVIA”:

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Random information on the term “ADIDAS”:

Kasper Rørsted (born 24 February 1962 in Aarhus) is the CEO of Adidas-Group.

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Random information on the term “FILA”:

Fila, Inc. is a South Korean sporting goods company. It is one of the world’s largest sportswear manufacturing companies.

Fila was founded in 1911 in Italy, but since a takeover in 2007 by Fila Korea, Fila is now owned and operated from South Korea. Headed by chairman and CEO Yoon-Soo Yoon, Fila has offices in 11 countries worldwide.

Fila was created in Biella, Italy, by the Fila brothers in 1909. It originally started by making clothing for the people of the Italian Alps, now manufacturing sportswear for men, women, kids and athletes.

The company’s primary product was originally underwear, before moving into sportswear in the 1970s, initially with the endorsement of tennis player Björn Borg. The brand got more popular after moving into sportswear.

The original Italian ownership shop Holding di Partecipazioni sold the company to US hedge fund Cerberus Capital Management in 2003, after the company over-committed itself to expensive athletic endorsements, at a time when margins were under pressure. Cerberus owned Fila through holding company Sports Brands International, which owned and operated all Fila businesses around the world with the exception of Fila Korea, which was a separate company operating the brand under licence.

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Random information on the term “ASICS”:

Haglöfs was founded in 1914 in Sweden by Wiktor Haglöf and is today one of the world’s largest suppliers of outdoor equipment.[citation needed] Haglöfs currently[when?] markets more than 500 products in three product areas: hardware, clothing, and footwear. Haglöfs has more than 200 employees and is active in 25 markets through a network of its own companies and distributors. Sales for 2015 amounted to SEK 776 million (around $92 million).[citation needed]

On 12 July 2010, ASICS purchased Haglöfs, for SEK1,000,000,000 ($128.7 million).

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