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cougar

A woman who pursues a younger man for a romantic relationship or a sexual encounter. Mom, that guy is way too young for you! Don't be a cougar!
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The Cougars chipped away in the third with RBIs from Zack Shannon and Buddy Kennedy.
Wolfer issued some guidelines to follow to avoid cougars. 
Cougar's origins go back to 1984 when it was founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia to provide shuttle service to/from the airport.
Also known as panthers or pumas, cougars eat deer and smaller mammals and are generally solitary and secretive.
The rider who died was dragged away by the cougar to its den.
The cougar was later found up a tree near the dead man's body, where agents for the state's Fish and Wildlife police shot and killed it hours after the Saturday attack, the Seattle Times reported.
"There is a healthy population of cougars that live in that area," Dennehy said.
A number of cougars are taken in chance encounters, but the odds of an individual simply running into a cougar are pretty slim.
Last year, the Cougars lost home and away to Sheffield Hallam Eagles but ended up beating them where it mattered, in the Grand Final.
Who do you regard as inspirational real-life cougars? Demi Moore was dating Ashton Kutcher when I started writing Cougar the Musical.
Cougars also are moving north into Manitoba, the Canadian province to the west of Ontario, which Morse considers their most likely route back to the Northeast.
The Cougars won after running in 30 points without reply in the last 15 minutes.
The Washington State Fish and Wildlife Department said an 11-year-old girl shot and killed a cougar that was following her 14-year-old brother.
Cougars are, above all, solitary, connecting with other cougars only to mate.