amnesiac

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am·ne·si·ac

(am-nē'sē-ak),
One suffering from amnesia.

amnesiac

A person with amnesia, see there.

am·ne·si·ac

(am-nē'sē-ak)
One suffering from amnesia.

am·ne·si·ac

(am-nē'sē-ak)
One suffering from amnesia.
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In a few states, citizens voted to stop hunting bears over bait and using dogs to hunt bears and mountain lions.
In 1994, Oregonians voted out the practice of hound hunting bears and cougars.
Up to that point, I had not been interested in hunting bears. But that single encounter changed everything.
They then sat out the winter, surviving by employing traditional Inuit skills--building a stone hut with tools made from walrus tusks, using walrus blubber for lighting and hunting bears for food and clothing.
We weren't hunting bears; we were glassing for goats and caribou.
I was thinking about this, and the fact that in three years of hunting bears I had yet to lay eyes on one, when out of nowhere a bear showed up.
Oregonians voted in 1994 to ban the use of bait in hunting bears, and the use of dogs in hunting cougars.
She describes a trip to Svalbard in the early spring to film hunting bears: "We'd get up about as soon as it was light, at about 7 am, as the days are not very long.
The following year, the group of Tall Tines shooters was back hunting bears again with Ryan.
After making our way across, Eric paused for a breather and quipped, "I'll bet you didn't know you would be hunting bears that think they are sheep."