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jack rabbit

any of various W North American hares, such as Lepus townsendi (white-tailed jack rabbit), having long hind legs and large ears
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Caption: Breaking a clay running jack rabbit with a semi-auto scout rifle in the Running Jack Rabbit Match.
Examples now on display include those promoting Brenske Plumbing, the Empire Bar, the Gables Motel, Jack Rabbit Beans, Mooney's Ice Cream, Perkins Curtain Laundry Drycleaning, and Whitehead Music.
The Pulp Fiction-themed bash channeled Jack Rabbit Slim's, a diner from the Quentin Tarantino film, and served classic greasy-spoon dishes like milkshakes and fries with mayo (from Joe Isidori's Black Tap).
Slow West is a compelling portrait of an era, as seen through the eyes of a jack rabbit, who has strayed into a den of wolves.
Slow West is a compelling portrait of an era, seen through the eyes of a jack rabbit who has strayed into a den of wolves.
Y But the party probably still continues in Chicago - singing in the streets, bouncing up and down like a jack rabbit on a pogo stick, high-fiving anybody who wore a red shirt on the walk to Soldier Field.
Tell us three of your best selling drinks: Carling, John Smith's Smooth, Jack Rabbit wine by the glass.
The twosome planted grapes, started Jack Rabbit Hill Winery, and began selling to restaurants and local stores in 2003.
Bedouins used the bird to supplement their diets, catching the Habara, which is a wild bird, very similar to a wild turkey, or for hunting down a wild jack rabbit or a hare.
long, jack rabbit haven, valley so remote it feels like the last stop on
office specialist Steve Kaufman brokered the deal between the landlord, Clearview Cinemas, and tenant Jack Rabbit Roadside.