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  • He must abstain from many foods, such as eggs, birds of all sorts, mutton, dog, bush-buck, and so forth.

    The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

  • We tramped a great deal of bold, rugged country, both in caƱon bottoms and along the open ridges, but found only a rhinoceros, one bush-buck and a dozen hartebeeste.

    African Camp Fires

  • The bush-buck we jumped occasionally quite near at hand.

    African Camp Fires

  • Besides these common species were bush-buck wart-hog, lesser kudu, giraffe, and leopard.

    African Camp Fires

  • But the great sport was to stalk bush-buck in the thickets, which is a game in which the hunter is at small advantage.

    Prester John

  • I have been knocked down by a wounded bush-buck ram, and but for Colin might have been badly damaged.

    Prester John

  • Hartbeest, reedbuck, the maned and huge-eared roan antelope, gazelle, and bush-buck, all were here, skull or mask, dominated by the vast head of the wildebeest, with ponderous sickle-curved horns.

    The Pools of Silence

  • A large bush-buck leaped up and crashed through the undergrowth.

    Kafir Stories Seven Short Stories

  • He sprang back and ran -- fleet as a bush-buck towards the cover.

    Kafir Stories Seven Short Stories

  • "If mother is to get her meat to-day," said Ralph at length, "I think that we must try the hill side for a duiker or a bush-buck."

    Swallow: a tale of the great trek

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