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  • n. Plural form of carcajou.


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  • The travellers were to be forced from now on, just as are the wolves, the eagles, the hawks, the carcajous, and other predatory creatures of the woods, to give their first thoughts to the day's sustenance.

    The Silent Places

  • Bonjour mes petits carcajous, and welcome to yet another week in the wacky world of the Blogosphere!

    Momentary lapses of insanity...

  • Bell serpents were hissing in every direction, and wolves, bears, carcajous and young tigers, come to hide themselves in these retreats, made them resound with their roarings. "

    The French in the Heart of America


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