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prey

1. an animal hunted or captured by another for food
2. bird or beast of prey a bird or animal that preys on others for food
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Cape Girardeau prosecuting attorney Morley Swingle confirmed in the local Heartland News that the victim shot Preyer only when he broke through her basement door into her kitchen around 2:15 in the morning, after he'd entered her basement through the same window he'd broken in the earlier episode.
Helpingstine and Preyer halted Sundling's bid for back-to-back national doubles titles Saturday with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over the left-hander and partner Nicolas Meister of Tesoro of Las Flores.
For further discussion of the diamond ring's use as a device on the Italian peninsula in the fifteenth century see, Preyer, 198-201.
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Robert Preyer, "Victorian Wisdom Literature: Fragments and Maxims," Victorian Studies 6.
Into the lair of this preyer on humanity walks Pecola, who stands little chance of withstanding Soaphead.
In keeping with the precedent established by Moss, the chair of the Government Information and Individual Rights Subcommittee of the House Committee on Government Operations, Representative Richardson Preyer (D-NC), and the Ranking Minority Party member, Representative Paul N.
This group consists of the liberal Democrats, Waxman, Mikulski, Leland and Walgren, aligned with the more conservative Democrats Preyer, Staggers and Luken, and ultra-conservative Democrats Gramm and Shelby.
The work of Klages and other researchers in the 1920s to 1950s and the earlier 1919 work of Wilhelm Preyer, a professor of physiology and psychology in Jena, Germany, also confirmed that handwriting is a behavior that can be measured, studied, and related to human personality.
Leroy Preyer - Installer and Service Technician for Time Warner Cable in DeFuniak Springs, Florida, and supervisor of the Malachi Youth Development Project for boys ages 5 to 13.
Urgent PC presentations at the IUGA annual meeting included: -- "Peripheral Tibial Neurostimulation (PTNS) (Urgent PC) Versus Tolterodine (Detrusitol) In the Treatment Of Women With Urge Urinary Incontinence and Urge Symptoms," presented by Oliver Preyer, M.