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“Slave rebellions were quite common as were escapes, where runaway slaves were given the name Maroons, derived from the Spanish word cimarron meaning wild.”
“And then he had flown off into the wastelands, the outback, _terreno cimarron_ ...”
“The cimarron bear is avoided by the soldiers, if possible, when met by them.”
“It would debauch us: we'd get plumb locoed an 'take to racin' wild an 'cimarron up an' down the range, an 'no gent could foresee results.”
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“The fare in Laforey's house was what might be expected in a hunter's establishment: venison, antelope, and the meat of the carnero cimarron - the Rocky Mountain sheep furnished his larder; and such meat (poor and tough at this season of the year), with cakes of Indian meal, either tortillas or gorditas, (The tortilla is a round flat pancake, made of the Indian cornmeal; the gordita is of the same material, but thicker) furnished the daily bill of fare.”
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