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OUTFIT. An allowance made by the government of the United States to a minister plenipotentiary, or charge des affaires, on going from the United States to any foreign country.
     2. The outfit can in no case exceed one year's full salary of such minister or charge des affaires. No outfit is allowed to a consul. Act of Cong. May 1, 1810. s. 1. Vide Minister.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Working with a reputable outfitter can alleviate some of the worries that come with allowing hunters onto your property.
Following the transaction, Outfitter Advisors will operate as part of Old Dominion Capital Management with offices in Charlottesville, Alexandria and McLean, Virginia.
After a few days of hunting with one outfitter, I noticed none of his guides, friends or family members had ever killed a buck on his hunting properties.
Conroy said that after buying Country Outfitter, Boot Barn now owns three of the top four highest-trafficked websites in the Western and work wear category.
How to find a good outfitter? The very best way is by word of mouth.
If he succeeds in driving out the outfitters and pricing out-of-state hunters from the market, he will find private landowners still will not allow the public to hunt without paying for the use of the land.
Every outfitter has a different story, but they all love the outdoors and are on the river for fun as much as for profit.
For tourist outfitter Al Errington, having reliable passenger train service is part of selling a one-of-kind Northern Ontario outdoors experience.
has organized the "Labatt Blue Outfitter Tour" to run through the end of this summer.