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coon

see raccoon.

coon foot
conformation defect in a horse in which the pastern is too long and sloping.
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1; Coon Come, in his first such press conference in almost two years, talked to reporters for almost an hour the next day.
It was shameful, Tosches argues, that Hurt was "compelled to assume the persona of a backwoods cotton-field coon imposed upon him by a young white America that saw itself as a force for racial equality and brotherhood.
Create superior customer value: In the early 1980s, Coon realised that many established life companies offered their customers products that were much lower in value than those available overseas.
What is different, however, is the extent to which Coon demonstrates the use of biblical texts or tropes as a rhetorical strategy with social, ecclesiastical, and political implications and consequences.
Ms Coon, who co-founded the drug advisory service Release in 1967, told Mr Justice Eady at the High Court in London that the hardback edition of the 1998 book, All Dressed Up: The Sixties and the Counterculture, suggested that Release had raised money by, in addition to concerts and benefits, other "less than usual methods".
From 1906 to 1912, Tucker was billed on the minor vaudeville circuit as the "world-renowned Coon Shouter," a singer of "coon" songs.
Sources close to Coon Come say he may run for national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
His work has followed up on investigations that began in 1938 along Coon Creek, an area of steep slopes and intensive agriculture.
The Colored Museum is, of course, set in a museum and leads us on a tour of exhibits, whereas Michael Henry Brown's King of Coons, though cinematic in scope, is placed in Hollywood.
Zip Coon and Jim Crow, formerly representatives of city and country, came to represent workers North and South.
Like Coon Manufacturing, Ultra Pac extrudes flake rather than pellets because it is cheaper.
and Special Export Light were the proud sponsors of this year's Coon Creek Canoe race, held April 27 and 28, in Coon Valley, WI.