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  • n. Plural form of sodbuster.


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  • They were not sodbusters who shouldered long rifles only when danger approached.


  • But pilgrims, land-grabbers, sodbusters, Forty-niners, and a nation with galloping expansionist urges were not the only problems for the Comanche nation in those years.


  • (Jack Wilson, by the way, is true to life -- a vicious thug who shoots defenseless sodbusters for fun and profit.)

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  • The photographs were part of a campaign to encourage Westward migration, settlement and development -- a campaign that could be called tragically successful, given the broken dreams of thousands of sodbusters.

    Shooting The West

  • It´s us sodbusters, not the gypsies who may be in for future problems.

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  • Dan Suggs could wake up feeling bloody any day, and the next time there might be no sodbusters around to absorb his fury, in which case things could turn really grim.

    Lonesome Dove

  • "If we run into any more sodbusters, it's too bad for them."

    Lonesome Dove

  • At That Place have following more umteen than 3000 hits of Afrikaner sodbusters in further homesteads identical this since the destruction of apartheid 16 years ago. - Articles related to GLOBAL: Grannies gather for AIDS summit

  • The prairie soil was 20 to 30 feet deep 150 years ago when sodbusters started plowing, what is left now after a century of chemical farming?

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  • The DD is taken with the Original Pioneer Pizza - if only because it's amusing to think of sodbusters sending out for a slice after a hard day picking rocks.

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