mountain man

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Noun1.mountain man - a man who lives on the frontiermountain man - a man who lives on the frontier  
pioneer - one the first colonists or settlers in a new territory; "they went west as pioneers with only the possessions they could carry with them"
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11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its ongoing effort to provide innovative access to the works of important artists, The Ricketts Art Foundation has joined with the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and the Museum of Mountain Man to launch the most extensive online collection to date of the western paintings of the great 19[sup.
AHEAD of the release of a Bollywood biopic on him, Bihar's famous Mountain Man Dashrath Manjhi appears to have become a poll plank in the upcoming Assembly elections in Bihar which might give a boost to the film's box office prospects in the state.
In Book 1 The Reckoning, the Coleman brothers learned that their father, Royce Coleman was a famous mountain man.
Teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff, his loyal reindeer Sven and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna races against time to save the kingdom.
I'm a mountain man, and I would have preferred him to stay up there," he told RTL radio.
The Mountain Man, Civil War and Old West eras of 19th century America will be the focal point of the event, which will include exhibits on Oregon prehistory, the Hudson's Bay Company, historic Fort Umpqua and the Applegate Trail.
MOUNTAIN man Thomas Lawson scaled six of the highest peaks in Britain to raise cash for charity.
Speaking at the launch party, the 42-year-old known locally as Mountain Man, said: "This is a momentous day for me as I've worked towards this for the last 20 years.
But the untamed wilderness soon sours their dream trip through encounters with a grizzly bear, a crazed mountain man (Burt Reynolds), comely redwood-saving tree-huggers, and locals who don't take kindly to strangers.
Munro: Mountain Man BBC2, Wednesday, 7pm Nicholas Crane visits Scotland's most impressive peaks as he unravels a tale of intrigue behind the naming of the world-famous Munro mountains by Victorian adventurer Hugh Munro.
There was no craft and no skill at which the mountain man did not come to excel the Indian.
Relating events from drunken episodes to moments of violence (including numerous scrapes with the law and being sent to prison twice) to his relationships with his two wives, Beech Mountain Man tells the story of a rugged, hardy individual who didn't always fit in with society's rules and regulations.