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coyote-ugly

(ˈkɑɪot ˈəgli and ˈkɑɪoti ˈəgli)
mod. extremely ugly. (see also double-bagger, triple-bagger. Supposedly, if one woke up and found one’s arm around a coyote-ugly person, one would chew off one’s arm—in the manner of a coyote escaping from a steel-jaw trap—rather than pull it back away from this person.) Is that your pet monkey, or is your date just coyote-ugly?
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In response to the dramatically negative results of his informal fawn recruitment survey, my friend has started hiring aerial hunters to help in the coyote cull.
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Catching a glimpse of a coyote can be exciting and memorable.
When it comes to coyote control methods, we do know that very little works on a long-term basis.
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But its decline likely allowed the coyote to expand eastward in the southern United States.
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They are "low class" animals, held in disrepute, as we see in the reports about urban coyote attacks.
Within each county, the time between the first identification of RRV in an animal and finding a rabid coyote within that county ranged from 558 to 4,857 days; median was 2,799 days.