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  • n. a city in northwestern Saudi Arabia

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Examples

  • Needless to say, a hunting tarn is extremely dangerous, and although its favorite prey may be tabuk, or wild tarsk, they can attack human beings.

    Renegades Of Gor

  • Its force, even arrested at the last moment, can break the back of a full-grown tabuk.

    Renegades Of Gor

  • "In the wild it commonly hunts tabuk and wild tarsk, " he said, -but it is an intelligent beast, and it can be trained to hunt anything.

    Dancer Of Gor

  • "It is probably on the trace of tabuk, from last night, " said the small man.

    Dancer Of Gor

  • "I was after tabuk, " she said, -but others, too, were abroad that day, who sought a slower, softer game.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • In moving slowly, one tends to convey, on a very basic level, that one is not intending harm; to be sure, even predators like the larl occasionally abuse this form of signaling, for example, in hunting tabuk, using it for purposes of deception; more rapid movement, of course, tends to precipitate defensive reactions.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • I saw the exhausted tabuk recover and rise unsteadily to its feet, and trot away.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • I was in the place in which I would have brought home the tabuk, save I would have had him on his belly, so bound.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • I set out in my hunting leather with crossbow, upon a pacing tharlarion, after tabuk.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • The tabuk harried to exhaustion, helpless, lying gasping on the grass, I rode to it, my crossbow ready.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

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