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But the police held the old chief captive, and two of them shot him—Bullhead and Red Tomahawk.
“My country calls and I must go,” says the bullhead to himself, and he opens his mouth and the liver disappears.
There is no fish that does more thinking or has a better head for grasping great questions, or chunks of liver than the bullhead.
A pin hook, a piece of liver, and a cistern pole, is all the capital required to catch a bullhead.
The boy gets down on his knees to dissect the bullhead, and get his hook, and it may be that the boy swears.
Shortly afterward he had the usual unpleasantness belonging to the unhooking of a large, fat, slippery-skinned bullhead.
NED, THE SON OF WEBBWILLIAM O. STODDARD
The yellow bullhead inhabited the muddy-bottomed streams and the upland, gravelly creeks, usually occurring in the headwaters.
The bullhead flopped discontentedly on the bottom of the boat.
NED, THE SON OF WEBBWILLIAM O. STODDARD
The loach and the bullhead are fairly hardy, but have little other attraction.
To reach the train Bullhead had to cross the short line tracks.
HELD FOR ORDERSFRANK H. SPEARMAN

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