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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bobcatbob‧cat /ˈbɒbkæt $ ˈbɑːb-/ noun [countable]  HBAa large North American wild cat that has no tail syn lynx
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bobcatNow, mink pelts sell for 75 cents and bobcats go for $ 35.It is framed by gentle hills that look down on oak groves that abound with deer, bobcats and golden eagles.Hammond responded to a call to remove a female bobcat from Tucson Raceway Park.Behind the empty Ahwahnee Hotel, fresh bobcat tracks mark the morning snow.Joe Adams will get his frozen bobcat back, again.Hammond tried every kind of tasty bobcat food he had -- sardines, raw chicken, chicken livers.But the bobcat apparently was already headed back to Adams.Wildlife managers have been tracking bobcats wearing radio collars and know that they still are in the area.
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