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Monsma, Brad
December 2010
High Country News;12/6/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 21, p31
An essay is presented on the hunter's experience in saving a man from terrible wild dog attacks. The author cites his experience in preparing themselves for the hunt and notes their travel in their hunting grounds for the hunt until they encountered a nude man. the author denotes how they saved the man from the gnashing teeth of dogs who attacked him. Moreover, the author notes how they accommodated the victim.


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