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“She can stick around the ranch and get half a dozen columns out of any of half a dozen subjects, while the writer chap can get the dope on lion-hunting ....”
“My Advice: try not to fall in love with one of those rugged lumber-jack ax-toting, lion-hunting, baby-makin' menonite men.”
“But his jealousy and doubt of me were not so strong as to divert him from a purpose of his, — a mania for African lion-hunting, which he dignified by calling it a scheme of geographical discovery; for he was inordinately anxious to make a name for himself in that field.”
“But how can I go on when everybody is sniggering and thinking me a lion-hunting snob?”
“Hanley wrote very well and it was an excellent book and very inspiring when you were in the lion-hunting business.”
“They might be as large as any of the biggest lion-hunting mastiffs, but you simply couldn't leave them alone for any length of time without them getting themselves into some kind of trouble.”
“But he was pretty sure had spotted James Galway, and he stood to like any lion-hunting sightseer.”
“It sounded as if there were going to be something in the nice, easy assignment he was getting that would make him wish he'd gone lion-hunting in Darkest Africa instead.”
“Sancho Panza, at one moment urged on by the glory, and at the next held back by the prospect of the hardships, of lion-hunting in”
“The second, and the only sportsmanlike way of lion-hunting, is by tracking him in the open.”
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