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  • noun Plural form of mustang.


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  • To gratify their appetites, however, instead of giving chase to the number of wild horses -- here called mustangs -- that are scattered over the extensive prairies in the neighbourhood of the lakes, they adopt a much lazier method of supplying their larder.

    California Four Months among the Gold-Finders, being the Diary of an Expedition from San Francisco to the Gold Districts

  • A short distance to the right were some open sheds serving as stables, in which were several stout horses, generally called mustangs in that part of the world.

    In the Wilds of Florida A Tale of Warfare and Hunting

  • Under such a scheme, kill buyers would be able to "adopt" their titled mustangs and immediately sell them to slaughter, turning a handsome profit on a government freebie while American taxpayers pick up the hefty tab for round-ups. Headlines

  • He had served so long with regulars that he could not get accustomed to the irregularities of the "mustangs," as he called the volunteers; many were the culinary grievances of which he relieved his rotund breast to me; and numerous were the early bits of news he confidentially dropped into my ear, before they were known elsewhere.

    Four Years in Rebel Capitals An Inside View of Life in the Southern Confederacy from Birth to Death

  • We wandered around looking at remote control car races, checking out stylish cars such as mustangs and Dodge Chargers. Recent Updates

  • Such officers were called "mustangs" and were accorded an extra measure of respect by enlisted troops.

  • (or indeed any) continent, the escaped and free-ranging "mustangs" are a beautiful part of our western heritage. Main RSS Feed

  • (or indeed any) continent, the escaped and free-ranging "mustangs" are a beautiful part of our western heritage. Main RSS Feed

  • It was a beautiful group of mustangs with various coats.

    Kings of Colorado

  • IN 1963, THERE WERE STILL VAST ACRES OF OPEN WILDERNESS IN the state of Colorado, especially outside the Grand Junction area, where herds of mustangs were often rounded up and trucked to various ranches across the region.

    Kings of Colorado


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