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“Another instant and she stood at the top of the bank, heaving up by rope, hand under hand, a quarter of fresh-killed moose.”
“Here a fresh-killed moose and an open-handed old-timer gave him and his dogs new strength, and at Ainslie's he felt repaid for it all when a stampede, ripe from Dawson in five hours, was sure he could get a dollar and a quarter for every egg he possessed.”
“It was at the cutting-up of a moose, fresh-killed, that White Fang learned of the changed relations in which he stood to the dog-world.”
“The turkeys were lined up in back where you could see them when you went in - someone called it turkey death row - well-raised, fresh-killed, and delicious the one time I went as a teenager.”
“He set out with bone-barbed arrows and his father's big hunting spear and after three days returned with a burden of fresh-killed meat and told the others to take their sleds out to retrieve the rest, a she-bear and two half-grown cubs.”
“Less common: fresh-killed lagartijos - little lizards - for a verrrrry sore throat.”
“No mention of skin cancer, you'll notice; but on the other hand, skin cancer was of no great concern to the authors of Vitalogy, because they knew of several cures for it, including a poultice of cranberries and (my favorite) the flesh of a fresh-killed chicken.”
“Champlain observed that Indians survived the winter without scurvy and concluded that another remedy was fresh-killed meat.”
“The British figured I lived with my bourbon-sozzled relations in a falling-down plantation house hung with smoky Sully portraits of slaveholding ancestors and ate fresh-killed meat off antique Limoges before sinking gently into Tennessee Williams madness.”
“My fellow Americans figured I lived with my bourbon-sozzled kin in a double-wide with space for the cows and the chickens and the shotguns and ate fresh-killed meat off paper plates before scratching off to town in pickup trucks to commit unspeakable acts of racism and brutality.”
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