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  RANK # PoS   WORD SPOK FIC MAG NEWS ACAD
1 17900  N    THERMOS 587 16 396 127 45 3
2 17901  N    COGNAC 609 33 247 158 160 11
3 17902  N    TUMBLER 601 13 368 160 48 12
4 17903  J    VELVETY 558 12 169 213 138 26
5 17904  J    UNCONCERNED 537 39 193 107 95 103
6 17905  N    (EBONY) 1507 12 410 857 160 68
7 17906  N    SHUFFLE 554 59 187 139 149 20
8 17907  N    (MISTER) 2802 46 2343 208 137 68
9 17908  J    INFLEXIBLE 548 36 71 150 74 217
10 17909  N    REPENTANCE 628 46 93 187 58 244
 

most peoplecan'torwon'tshoot them. Only a few places are left where their use is justified. And there is nothing else like them. BLACKPOWDER BEHEMOTHS The British had hunted tigers and various wild buffalo in India as early as the 17th century. By the time they reached the game fields of Africa in the mid-1800s, they had learned a very important lesson: If you are going to hunt large, dangerous animals, you had better carry a large, dangerous rifle. The Brits arrived in what they referred to as the Dark Continent with 10-, 8-, and even 4-gauge muzzleloaders firing round balls. Although these would do the job, they were slow to reload, which could sometimes prove fatal. And so when bullet-shaped projectiles came into use, and cartridges evolved, word went back to England that it would certainly be nice to have something that offered two shots and did not load from the muzzle, if it's not too much of a

 
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