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  • n. Plural form of prairie dog.


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  • There were varmint hunters, who also shot at long range and were truly superb shots, capable of, after much refining of their instruments and much investment in range and loading bench time, hitting twelve-inch-tall prairie dogs at ranges of over a thousand yards with regularity.

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  • When stoop labor got to be too much, Arshur and Regapisk went hunting for prairie dogs and turkeys and such.

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  • Over the flat country, with inquiring prairie dogs sitting up to inspect us, the train of heavy Pullman diners and club car moved steadily toward the purple drop-curtain of the mountains.

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