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backwoodsman

a peer who rarely attends the HOUSE OF LORDS -much less common since the reforms of the House of Lords, reducing the number of hereditary peers.
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They sampled sailing, canoeing, orienteering, backwoods cooking, knotting, abseiling and woggle-making.
Our friends at Backwoods Duck Club and Lodge also had a stellar season on specks.
This backwoods bit of nastiness has at its dark heart the gory antics of 'the Hallow', tree-dwelling banshees living deep in an Irish forest who take babies and replace them with their own changelings.
CHILLY EVENINGS SITTING BY THE FIREPLACE with a glass of bourbon are about to become a little more luxe, with the introduction of Backwoods first limited edition cigar.
The 19-pound blind is constructed from waterproof, 150-denier polyester fabric that features exclusive Bloodtrail Backwoods camouflage on the exterior and a black interior to conceal movement.
Some of the national press we got--we just looked so backwoods," Bounds told The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Three stages in the Georgia backwoods surrounding a murky pond.
com)-- The Backwoods Cigars Brand Generates Strong Loyalty
The brisk, brief feature appears more atmospheric than terrifying, but its bare-bones tale gets under the skin, telling of a pregnant teen whose impending sacrifice to a backwoods community's worship pit causes hell to break loose.
It's no surprise that this country girl can't get enough of the backwoods family, but Miley loves the show so much, she's taking her obsession to the extreme.
BACKWOODS doctors, dentists and half-mad witch-doctors are said to have played leading roles in the appalling and tribal custom surrounding female genital mutilation - now a cottage industry in British African ghettos.
There's a bourbon-fueled flammability to "The Art of Getting Even" by New York psychobilly ensemble, The Arkhams, a sense of something hard-edged and intoxicating, seemingly born out of the backwoods of American music.