“(Of course, the only group to be extirpated from the region en masse would be those of Japanese ancestry.)”
“By the mid-1800s deer, beaver, and wild turkey, to name just a few of the most commonly hunted animals, had been all but extirpated from the northeastern United States.”
“They're endangered throughout the majority of their range, and in fact in a lot of the areas they've been extirpated, which is a local extinction.”
“King William had demanded that the MacIans be "extirpated" but this was said to have been taken too far by the Master of Stair who was deemed to have exceeded his authority.”
“Unlike the Anglo-Jewish novelist Amy Levy's own ironic rejoinder to Daniel Deronda, Reuben Sachs: A Sketch (1888), Gwendolen leaves the reader in absolutely no doubt of its intentions.3 After a scant few months in the East, Daniel is ready to chuck the Jews overboard permanently: he tells a rabbi that the Jews (parasites all) need to be "extirpated" through mass assimilation (28), and is thoroughly depressed by the "unholy depravities" (64) on exhibit in the Jewish community.”
“Robert Gottfried writes, “By 1351, 60 major and 150 smaller Jewish communities had been extirpated, and over 350 massacres had taken place.””
“In most minds usage has so identified them with the notion of religion, that the one cannot be extirpated without the other.”
“I was also told this: Perennial poppies; I have those in the front flowerbed although thought I had extirpated them.”
“I realize my next statement is some what farcical, but when have you heard of a Cougar preying on humans in the eastern part of the US where they have been largely extirpated?”
“Osprey are another species that had been extirpated from my favorite haunts and came back, in spectacular fashion, once we stopped spraying DDT.”
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