trapper


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someone who sets traps for animals (usually to obtain their furs)

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Down, down into the grass--down with ye both," whispered the trapper, intimating to them to turn aside to the tall weeds, which grew, in a denser body than common, near the place where they stood.
The trapper, by exercising that species of influence, over his companions, which experience and decision usually assert, in cases of emergency, had effectually succeeded in concealing them in the grass, and by the aid of the feeble rays of the luminary, he was enabled to scan the disorderly party which was riding, like so many madmen, directly upon them.
A band of beings, who resembled demons rather than men, sporting in their nightly revels across the bleak plain, was in truth approaching, at a fearful rate, and in a direction to leave little hope that some one among them, at least, would not pass over the spot where the trapper and his companions lay.
The dark and fleeting forms were already vanished, when the trapper ventured again to raise his head to a level with the tops of the bending herbage, motioning at the same time, to his companions to maintain their positions and their silence.
Once more he sought his friendly cover, and at the next instant the dark troop were to be seen riding, in a disorderly manner, on the very summit of the little elevation on which the trapper and his companions lay.
This body was collected on the very margin of that mass of herbage in which the trapper and his companions were hid.
Finding his advice disregarded, the trapper took his measures accordingly, and awaited the result with a resignation and calmness that were characteristic of the individual.
whispered the trapper, "and their ears are too true to be cheated in the distance.
Quicker than the flash of his own gun he sprang upon his feet, and was throttling his opponent with a power that would soon have terminated the contest, when he felt the arms of the trapper thrown round his body, confining his exertions by a strength very little inferior to his own.
In conjunction, the new Trapper is named after "My Old Man," the first single from Zac Brown Band's new album 'WELCOME HOME' (Southern Ground/Elektra Records) which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country Chart.
The Trapper is a classic pattern and, according to those who specialize in manufacturing traditional pocketknives, the most popular.
The Trapper mine, with a payroll of about 180, can now produce up to 2.
With Fault Trapper, you can now detect the type of fault, timestamp when the fault happens, and locate the position of an electrical event' that caused intermittent/persistent circuit breaker trips and No Fault Found (NFF) conditionsthe critical information needed to reduce call backs for circuit breaker trips.