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moose

1. slang A very large person, typically a man. That offensive lineman is a real moose. Look at the size of that guy!
2. obsolete military slang A term used by US soldiers in the Korean War for a Korean girlfriend, mistress, prostitute, or a girl or woman kept as a sex slave. Possibly adapted from the Japanese word musume, meaning "daughter" or "girl." The term is considered extremely offensive in current use. My uncle started talking about a moose he had during the war, and when I asked him what he meant, my dad made us change the subject.

moose

n. a Korean girlfriend (in Korea); any girlfriend. (Crude. Military. More specifically, a Korean girl slave, bought by a G.I. from her parents.) She’s one fine moose, if you ask me.
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In a (https://vtdigger.org/2017/01/03/vermont-fish-wildlife-initiates-moose-study/) press release Tuesday, the department explained the methodology for the study: "Beginning in January 2017, researchers with the Fish & Wildlife Department will start placing radio-collars on up to 60 wild moose to follow their movements and determine causes of mortality.
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In conjunction with the acquisition announcement, Bull Moose Industries also announced the formal creation of a new business unit, or pillar, as it continues to aggregate companies of similar products and services under the Bull Moose Industries umbrella.
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"It definitely says Moose with a bit of French Napoleonic decadence!
They can be tough to find --almost impossible at times--which always makes moose hunting a challenge.
The art is simple enough to be appreciated by kids, but will also delight parents as together they follow Little Moose, riding on the back of one of the sheep she is supposed to be counting, on a journey among the stars to the home of Mother Moose.
Paul Suart @thepaulosuarez Oh, moose just died in your arms tonight.
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In North America, the brown bear Ursus arctos is an important predator on moose Alces alces (see Ballard 1992, Ballard & Van Ballenberghe 1998 and Boertje et al.