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  • noun Plural form of Kodiak.

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Examples

  • And "already there have been sightings of brown bear and Kodiaks," she added.

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  • The population of the colony often reached 500 people, among which were quite a few Aleuts and Kodiaks.

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  • They were not again molested by bears; but looking back when they had traveled on some distance farther (the river being straight in this place) they saw a huge pack of wolves gathering on the ice -- more than two hundred at least of the savage brutes -- and believed that a battle royal was in progress between the remaining Kodiaks and the wolves.

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  • When that on which the professor sailed was a hundred yards beyond the herd of Kodiaks, he swerved it into the eye of the wind and so brought it to a halt without lowering the blanket that served as a sail.

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  • Sauer mentions boys dressed as females, and performing all the domestic duties in common with the women, among the Kodiaks; and crossing to the

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  • Thus, every tribe recognized a Creator, termed in the tradition of the coast Nunalukhta; throughout the archipelagic circle, Agoughouk; among the Kodiaks, Shliam-Shoa; and along the narrow strip to the southeast, Yeshl, or Yehl.

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  • And how - the two went up and down the floor in a first half that was tied at 44 (they combined to make 14 of their first 16 shots), then the Kodiaks used their superior, all-around skill to patiently pull away while thwarting anything Limon (14-3) offered.

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  • It was on display Saturday night, when the Kodiaks held off Limon 75-65 in a hard-fought matchup that combined both testy moments as well as sportsmanship and made it clear these two programs will have to be dealt with as the postseason nears.

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  • And how - the two went up and down the floor in a first half that was tied at 44 (they combined to make 14 of their first 16 shots), then the Kodiaks used their superior, all-around skill to patiently pull away while thwarting anything Limon (14-3) offered.

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  • Senior DeLovell Earls, 2A player of the year in 2009, had a key stretch after the Kodiaks used a 9-2 run in the fourth quarter for a 61-54 lead.

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