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A man moving cautiously behind a clump of bushes anywhere within the sweep of his vision will start him off on the run, for he is seldom willing to take even a small chance against man. Should the coast be clear, the deer will break his pose, When it is put before the nominative case, it indicates a contingency; as — EXAMPLES. Shan muyang'ga nang'fe4 su'ga. jlf, or when 1 see a deer, I will tell Deer seeing shall you say shall. I you. '";?ing' r golf ';,. J ""».«• * ' " — • " I will tell you when I see a deer" and "I will eat and go" would be rendered — Ngai shan mu'di nang'fe su/'ga. ) I will tell yon when I gee a deer I deer seeing you say shall. > (Zt<., having seen a deer will tell ) you). Ngai fshat* sha'di sa'ga. )T .„ , , r f , ,• V ii (I will Within the white outline of the second mountain sheep was first painted a red head and back and then a belly in black. A streak of white paint on the line that horizontally divides its body occurs on top of all the other colours. Evidence for repainting then indicates that the painter(s) came back to accentuate both mountain sheep. Similar accentuation of two deerlike.animals is apparent in Area D1 (Figure 9.10). Here a white Figure 9.10 Internal stratigraphy of two deerlike animals in However, a plaque that is too large will detract from it. Select, or make, one that extends not much more than an inch from underneath all sides of the skull. As with bare antler mounts, the viewer's eye needs to see something that suggests the outline of a deer's head. The skull does part of this, but a poorly chosen plaque can offset even that advantage. If in doubt, settle for an DoItYourself Taxidermy 233.The inhabitants wear coats which are commonly made of sheepskin, with the wool turned towards the body; and above these, they have outer coats generally made of the skins of reindeer, with the hairy.side out. The fires are placed in the middle of their huts; and the floors are covered with the skins of reindeer, on which the family sit or recline. A thicker covering of skins is used on the floor of that part of the hut in which they sleep, and they cover themselves with sheepskins to keep At home their aged mother has suddenly been taken ill. The end, we fear, is near. She longs to see the brothers once again before she dies, and to receive from them water at the gates of death. Last night, after midnight, I left the Soga home, and ran, unmindful, over hill and stream. I was afraid the watchmen would not admit me with such a face of fear; and wrapped myself in what the hunters who had killed the deer had thrown aside. The moment.that I passed the paling I was caught.The Red Deer Britain has lost the Reindeer and the Giant Deer, a fine creature of the ancient forests, but it still has the Red Deer (Cervus elaphus), which is genuinely wild in some parts of the country. It stands about four feet high at the withers, and the veteran stag has truly magnificent antlers, which are called "royal" when they have over twelve "points" or branches. The stags are very combative at the breeding season ( September and October) and may be dangerous to man.road, is struck by the deer as it ricochets off Driver's bumper. Driver is liable for Ranger's emotional distress, even if he suffered no significant physical injury. 2. T or F Driver, making a futile.attempt to avoid hitting the deer, veers far off of the roadway, striking the deer and coming very close to Ranger, who observes the accident. Driver is liable for Ranger's resulting emotional distress, even absent any bodily harm. 3. T or F Ranger is exceptionally fond of deer, and suffers severe bodily These soundmaking devices are used by the hunter to simulate communications between deer, often with the intention of bringing the deer in closer for a shot. D. Camouflage. The key to excellent camouflage is to eliminate the solid outline of a person's figure while at the same time blending well with the surroundings. Most of the more popular brands of camouflage clothing on the market today have patterns that dissolve a.hunter's solid outline into a maze of open spaces and twisted Parka—Item, nigh adjoining to the same town there is a proper park called the Postern, well set with oaks and beeches, containing about 3 miles, having in it by estimation 300 fallow deer; and in the same be 52 islands environed with water. Item. in the same park is a proper lodge convenient for a gentleman to live in. Item, nigh adjoining to the same park is another proper park called the Cage, containing about . . miles, well set with beeches and oaks, having in it by estimation . fallow