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ruff

(rŭf),
A collar or ruffle.
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Ruffed grouse winter roost site preference and influence on energy demands.
South crossed to the ace of diamonds, ruffed another club and then led a diamond.
The twisting, spiraling flight of the wily bird had reminded the two veteran mountain hunters why a growing number of ruffed grouse hunters in the eastern United States believe that challenging ruffs in the highland regions of the Appalachians may be the purest form of the sport.
Comments: The ruffed grouse is found only near the Oregon line, but the blue is found all down the Sierra Nevada - in wet meadows high in the range - to Lake Isabella, but it can be an athletic event to hunt them.
Ruffed lemurs are unusual as the young do not cling to their mother, like many other primates.
Pointing dogs have long been the ticket to stylish, rewarding and effective ruffed grouse hunting But grouse aren't "gentlemen.
During the spring, male ruffed grouse "drum" on elevated structures, such as fallen logs, stumps and rocks to attract females and maintain their territory (Bump et al.
Keywords: Bonasa umbellus, distribution, Indiana, population status, ruffed grouse
However, if the second club is ruffed, it is impossible to reach East's hand twice to ruff a club in dummy and then enjoy the long clubs.
He threw his diamond loser on the third club, but West ruffed, cashed his queen of trumps and led a high diamond.
The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) has announced a limited raffle drawing for a new Parker Gun AAHE 28-gauge side-by-side shotgun, commissioned to the Remington Arms Co.
I still think the ruffed grouse is the greatest game bird ever to dodge chilled lead.