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moose

largest of the deer, 6 feet at the withers, 2000 pounds. Males have a prominent roman nose and overhanging upper lip, dark brown coat with white legs. Called also American moose, Alces americana, Alces alces.

moose disease/sickness
see neurofilariasis. Called also moose sickness.
moose tick
see dermacentoralbipictus.
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Once all operations are up and running, Bull Moose will have sprinkler-pipe mills in the eastern US (Masury, Ohio), western US (Casa Grande, Az.
Given this temporal decline in physical characteristics of bulls, there is reason to investigate baseline and trend data in bull moose harvested in Maine given the >30 year history of modern moose hunting in Maine where harvest has increased from 636 in 1980 to 2,582 in 2011, with higher permit allocations likely to continue (MDIFW 2011).
This demonstration of Bull Moose strength and courage fueled speculation he was in for an easy win.
Bull Moose - which originally started as Bull Moose Music but dropped the last word after branching out - first added books in a big way in February when it expanded its store in Bangor and created 3,000 square feet devoted to the printed page.
The Crown's Case: Because the accused and the Crown both agreed that the Powleys had shot a bull moose without a licence and had possession of that moose, the Crown didn't need to produce any other evidence to prove that the Powleys had violated the Game and Fish Act.
Etymology: bull moose, the emblem of the Progressive party formed in 1912 by Theodore Roosevelt died 1919 American president
He tirelessly battled political corruption, championed the creation of the Panama Canal, wrote 35 books despite his own dodgy spelling abilities and, when he realized he had left politics at too early an age, created a third political party, the Bull Moose Party, to run for a third term in office.
A FAMILY got a shock when a bull moose decided to take a dip in their pool.
The facts in the case are clear: two Metis hunters, Steve and Roddy Powley (father and son), shot a bull moose for their winter harvest near Sault Ste Marie in October 1993.
A: Bull Moose B: Bull Dog C: Bull Elephant D: Bull Frog.
A - Bull Moose, B - Bulldog, C - Bull Elephant, D - Bull Frog.
The options were A: Bull Moose B: Bulldog C:Bull Elephant or D: Bullfrog.