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black game

n
(Animals) another name for black grouse1
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The subject of the public contract is the construction of an electric fence on parts of tirn chateau grounds in order to avoid damage caused by black game on the property of the organization.
"In the All Black game in November, and that was a really good All Black side, Scotland were missing a lot of players, but now they have depth."
A B&B WHERE WILD DEER ARE FED DAILY BY HAND Five-star Dinichean House is set in 300 acres of woodland which is teaming with foxes, red squirrels, osprey, black game, pine marten, woodpeckers, red kites and...
Just recently it launched a Men in Black game that tied in with the release of the Men in Black 3 film.
"His thumb was still bruised after the All Black game. Why risk him ahead of Munster?" Meanwhile, Blues coach Dai Young believes his side's battling 16-9 defeat to Munster on Saturday night will serve them well at Northampton this weekend, the first of a December double-header against the Saints that will decide the Blues' European fate.
Roasts: Scotch Grouse, Black Game or Abbotsford Hares.
The black game had its unique style and qualities of play.
Jeff Greenfield had treated this difference as early as 1975, arguing that the black game was characterized by a basic grace and fluidity, in contrast to a white game, epitomized by the Celtics, that tended to be "jagged, sweaty, stumbling, intense" (375-76)--all adjectives that would seem to apply to Clifton as well.
'Sir Clive has been in Italy all week and will have watched the All Black game out there,' said Ruddock.
And the kicking of Percy Montgomery will have to improve from the All Black game, in which he missed three penalties and two conversions.