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  • noun Plural form of elk.

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Examples

  • The Park contains many other natural wonders, and there are preserved herds of wild animals, such as elks, antelopes, and stags.

    From Pole to Pole A Book for Young People

  • As far as calibers go, I've known excellent shooters who successfully took one-shot kills on their elks from their. 243s and .257 Roberts ... but these shooters used excellent bullets (Nosler Partitions, I seem to recall), and they put their handloaded rounds directly through the lungs of their elks at under 200 yards.

    what is the best all around elk hunting rifle?

  • Vintage 1957 Class B High Jump Medal Award Pin Gold toledo the cherry pickers no 53 elk elks pin medal old

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  • Gaming makes it sound better, makes it sound almost moral or idyllic, like it involves elks and pheasants frolicking peacefully on grassy green meadows.

    Arnie Reisman: We Are All Nevadans

  • Gaming makes it sound better, makes it sound almost moral or idyllic, like it involves elks and pheasants frolicking peacefully on grassy green meadows.

    Arnie Reisman: We Are All Nevadans

  • As far as calibers go, I've known excellent shooters who successfully took one-shot kills on their elks from their. 243s and .257 Roberts ... but these shooters used excellent bullets (Nosler Partitions, I seem to recall), and they put their handloaded rounds directly through the lungs of their elks at under 200 yards.

    what is the best all around elk hunting rifle?

  • The nearest human settlement is 250 miles away, and the forests are full of bears, wolves and elks.

    Russian Oil Frontier: Nowhere Land

  • They socialize around the quarterly association meetings — the highlight being an annual fall elk bugling party, in which everyone breaks into groups with bugles to call out to the male elks.

    Where the CEOs Roam

  • (The elks are gazed at — hunting isn't allowed.) "I can go out on my snowmobile all day and not see anyone," said Tom Watson, head of Memphis, Tenn., moving company Armstrong Relocation, on a recent Friday afternoon here.

    Where the CEOs Roam

  • (The elks are gazed at — hunting isn't allowed.) "I can go out on my snowmobile all day and not see anyone," said Tom Watson, head of Memphis, Tenn., moving company Armstrong Relocation, on a recent Friday afternoon here.

    Where the CEOs Roam

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