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" ... brain, striking as fairly between the eyes as if the distance had been measured by a carpenter's rule. The whole thing was over in twenty seconds from the time I caught sight of the game ; indeed, it was over so quickly that the grizzly did not have... "
American Boys' Life of Theodore Roosevelt - Page 78
by Edward Stratemeyer - 1904 - 311 pages
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The Century, Volume 30

1885
...over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step towards us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...monstrous fellow, much larger than any I have seen since, whetheralive or brought in dead by the hunters. As near as we could estimate (for of course we had...
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Hunting Trips of a Ranchman: Sketches of Sport on the Northern Cattle Plains

Theodore Roosevelt - 1885 - 328 pages
...was over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. As near as we could estimate (for of course we had nothing with which to weigh more than...
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Hunting Trips on the Prairie and in the Mountains

Theodore Roosevelt - 1885 - 238 pages
...that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step toward us. It was the first J had ever seen, and I felt not a little proud, as I...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. As near as, we could estimate (for of course we had nothing with which to weigh more than...
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Hunting Trips of a Ranchman: Sketches of Sport on the Northern Cattle Plains

Theodore Roosevelt - 1885 - 318 pages
...was over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...the cool shade of the evergreens. He was a monstrous Close Quarters with Old Rp/traim DRA W',V BY AB FROST fellow, much larger than any I have seen since,...
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A Library of American Literature: Literature of the republic, pt. 4, 1861 ...

Edmund Clarence Stedman - 1890
...was over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. As near as we could estimate (for of course wo had nothing with which to weigh more than...
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The New Century Fourth Reader: Selected and Adapted from the World's ...

1899 - 304 pages
...over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all, or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. NATHAN HALE. FRANCIS M. FINCH. [After the American army's retreat from Long Island in...
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The New Century First [-- ] Reader, Book 4

1899
...over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all, or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. NATHAN HALE. FRANCIS M. FINCH. [After the American army's retreat from Long Island in...
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Hunting Trips on the Prairie and in the Mountains

Theodore Roosevelt - 1900 - 238 pages
...was over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. As near as we could estimate (for of course we had nothing with which to weigh more than...
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Lights to Literature: Revised. Book Four

1900 - 411 pages
...was over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. As near as we could estimate, he must have weighed about 'twelve hundred pounds, and though...
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The Life of Theodore Roosevelt: Twenty-fifth President of the United States

Murat Halstead - 1902 - 369 pages
...was over so quickly that the grizzly did not have time to show fight at all or come a step toward us. It was the first I had ever seen, and I felt not a...have seen since, whether alive or brought in dead by the hunters. As near as we could estimate (for of course we had nothing with which to weigh more than...
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