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  • n. Plural form of grizzly.


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  • Everyone agrees that hand feeding grizzlies is stupid.

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  • While the Sierra Club is not an “animal rights” group and does not oppose hunting in general, its interests have sometimes clashed with those of hunters: It has opposed removing wolves and grizzlies from the endangered species list, building access roads in wilderness areas and maintaining artificial water installations that sustain bighorn sheep in the Southwest. my homepage - levitra 20mg

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  • I think you have to consider the weight of certain grizzlies that were forced to fight with bulls, mountain lions, and lions.

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  • Tehe lure is great, and the grizzlies are awesome.

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  • Additionally when a rifle is fired or a cow elk call is sounded the grizzlies are attracted and will coming looking.

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  • But even more deadly than the grizzlies were the mountain lions that prowled these lonely ridges.

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  • Palin appears content taking her overall winning record and touting it as a success for all "grizzlies," while ignoring the fact that she was unable to deliver for numerous candidates who could have provided the GOP with a possible Senate majority.

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  • They were putting through the job -- with a fierce and terrifying gaiety; they exulted in their toughness, they called themselves "grizzlies" and "mountain cats" and what not; they sang wild songs about their irritability, their motto was "Treat 'em rough!"

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  • This is especially true for large carnivores such as grizzlies, wolves, black bears and cougars, which are relentlessly subjected to intense suffering and inhumane treatment via trophy hunting throughout the province, year after year, after year.

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  • Their job is investigating and solving federal crimes against wildlife such as grizzlies, eagles and fish and hunting the people who kill or sell them or both. - Local News


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