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The Wildcat divided his winnings and laid fifty dollars on the table.
LADY LUCKHUGH WILEY
In that instant a wildcat landed on her back and a vicious claw reached for her face.
THE REVELLERSLOUIS TRACY
The rabbi counted out two hundred dollars, but before the Wildcat threw the dice the Mud Turtle beside him spoke up.
LADY LUCKHUGH WILEY
He fought by the side of our Harold when he tamed Griffith, the wildcat of Wales.
He had been hearing the cries of the wildcat for several nights.
THE BRADYS AFTER A CHINESE PRINCESSFRANCIS WORCESTER DOUGHTY
Another kind of wildcat is found in the northern parts of Africa, and also in Persia and India.
The Wildcat broke a few pounds of mud from the porter's uniform.
LADY LUCKHUGH WILEY
For a moment life on earth again claimed the Wildcat, and instinctively he responded to his army training.
LADY LUCKHUGH WILEY
The Wildcat leaped into the fugitive's pathway and extended his foot.
LADY LUCKHUGH WILEY
It is known by a number, as Troop One of Boston; and each minor organization takes a name of some animal, such as wildcat or fox.
THE BANNER BOY SCOUTSGEORGE A. WARREN

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