from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The marsh-deer of South America, Odocoileus or Blastocerus campestris.
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Thereupon the banner was planted on the plaza, with a picture of the king, and the entire militia with their officers renewed their oath of homage before it in a solemn manner amid shouts of: "Mburu bicha guazu: toi cobengatu ñande Tey marangatu: toi cobengatu ñande Rey N."
Herds of deer roam in the open glades; droves of pigs are found in the forest somewhat similar to those of England; and a bird, the ynambu guazu, as large as a pheasant; while quails are seen in flocks in the esteros, -- with snipe, wild pigeons, and other birds.
MOX1, a river of the province and captainship J ofPucito Seguro in Brazil, which runs ii. n.ic. and enters the Supacay-guazu.
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