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  • If you cannot make yourself pursue deer like a real hunter (again, one who pursues) because you feel the need to have a large rack on the wall to compensate for whatever your deficiancy may be, buy the antlers on Ebay and leave the big deer in the woods for someone who loves hunting (not shooting, which is the appropriate title for the description in the previous totally unrelated sidebar).

    Fining Poachers Based On Boone and Crockett Scores

  • Carter, like so many overly intelligent people, has always had a deficiancy in common sense.

    Carter asks Jewish community for forgiveness

  • As a 20+ year business attorney in California I would say the two most common "California only" areas are the anti-deficiancy laws re real property mortgages and the non-enforcability of non-compete covenants.

    Syllabus for "California Legal History"

  • Barnwell of her two, Richard & Ella, she said she felt as if she would be humiliated, I told Mr Elliott of Harry's deficiancy.

    Margaret Ann Meta Morris Grimball. Diary, 1860-1866

  • Doughty, while battling a hearing deficiancy, also graced the cover of Hearing Loss Magazine last year.

    Washington Redskins, Washington Capitals, and NFL Draft Articles

  • One in particular of the 60 year old lady who has an auto immune deficiancy multiple scolorosis I believe it was who was on like thirty different medications none of which worked, who stayed clear of marijuana for all these innaccurate reports on marijuana from people such as yourself who don't have a clue on what they're talking about as far as marijuana goes, turned to marijuana finally for the first time in her life and the pain went away almost instantly.

    Obama faces tough sell, analysts say

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