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- v. Present participle of poach.
- n. Illegal procurement of protected wildlife such as fish, game, logging, or plant collecting.
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- n. cooking in simmering liquid
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With the president delaying his choice of a new director of national intelligence, the U.S. intelligence community may be vulnerable, says one former official, to what he called poaching -- Soledad.
And I know poaching is wrong, I am a very strong believer in hunting.
The penalty for poaching is far from being what it should be considering all that is effected from this.
Go ahead and shoot anyone who gives you the "yes, poaching is OK" opinion.
Anybody who knows anything about hunting knows that poaching is morally wrong and what the penalties for doing so are.
I'm confident one of the wardens will make sure the differential between hunting and poaching is seen.
According to the story, Florida wildlife officials report a decrease in poaching arrests because of budget-related staff cuts.
Saying CCW's in parks will lead to more poaching is along the same lines as the argument the CCW's lead to more gun violence.
Anything that increases the fine for poaching is okay with me.
Any poaching is a big deal to me but this is that much more because of the rack.
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