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- n. a person from the uplands
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One dwelling in the upland; hence, a countryman; a rustic.
- n. The upland sandpiper.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An inhabitant of the uplands.
- n. The upland plover or sandpiper.
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I always remember my first pheasant hunt with a friend who is a classic side by side shooter and a very experienced uplander.
Yes | No | Report from Jim in Mo wrote 4 weeks 4 days ago uplander, by testing I believe they can tell if it's a wild or cage raised cat.
P.S. I have tried it & I'm pretty much right there with uplander on the scratchin.
'Yea, lord,' said the man; 'he playeth not ill for an uplander.'
Andrew Dice Clay from Toronto, Canada writes: I bought a uplander last week.
John S. from Up North, Canada writes: Andrew Dice Clay from Toronto, Canada writes: I bought a uplander last week.
Vehicle features: 2008 chevrolet uplander, lets get to the point, it has high miles, you and i both know it. now, what we need to realize is that this uplander is still under factory gm warranty till it reaches 100,000 miles and has been very, very well taken care of, just look at it and at a price like this? plus it has safety items like traction control, dual front impact airbags, and abs brakes provide peace-of-mind as you drive down the road. a wealth of standard features means that you no longer have to sacrifice.