Bull Moose

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Bull Moose

A member or supporter of the US Progressive Party founded to support the presidential candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt in 1912.

[From the party's emblem.]

Bull′ Moose′

a member of the Progressive Party under the leadership of Theodore Roosevelt. Also called Bull′ Moos′er (ˈmu sər)
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It takes more than that to kill a Bull Moose," the New York Daily News quoted Roosevelt as saying.
Bull Moose now has 10 stores and 125 employees in Maine and New Hampshire, with annual revenues between $15 million and $25 million, Wickard said.
Brilliance of autumn scenery in Ontario's Algonquin Park, the oldest and largest provincial park in the country, stretching for 8,000 kilometres' Catch a glimpse of a bull moose
The Crown's Case: Because the accused and the Crown both agreed that the Powleys had shot a bull moose without a licence and had possession of that moose, the Crown didn't need to produce any other evidence to prove that the Powleys had violated the Game and Fish Act.
As a sub-plot, we have the confrontation between Coolmore and Godolphin, like two great bull moose clashing antlers at the rut to establish supremacy.
The facts in the case are clear: two Metis hunters, Steve and Roddy Powley (father and son), shot a bull moose for their winter harvest near Sault Ste Marie in October 1993.
A: Bull Moose B: Bull Dog C: Bull Elephant D: Bull Frog.
Whether you're fly fishing in Montana, in search of trophy Whitetail in Kansas or chasing giant Bull Moose in Manitoba, you want to go with someone that has been there and a company you can trust," commented Greg Ray.
I could hardly contain my emotions as I laid my hands on a bull moose I had just shot with a bow that spent a day at the bottom of the Snake River.
In 1912, former President Theodore Roosevelt, campaigning for the White House as the Progressive ("Bull Moose") candidate, went ahead with a speech in Milwaukee after being shot in the chest by New York saloonkeeper John Schrank, declaring, ''It takes more than one bullet to kill a bull moose.
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, Dallas Safari Club, Bull Moose Sportsmen's Alliance, and others show strong support for protecting Bristol Bay
When I lived in Alaska, I shot a bull moose with an un-scoped Winchester Model 70 (if you can't take a moose without a scope, you need a new hobby).